Overwhelmed. Exhausted. On-edge. Discouraged.
As the pandemic has worn on longer than most of us imagined, the adjectives to describe our collective emotional state grow increasingly pessimistic. From small children frustrated by virtual learning to the elderly isolated without physical contacts with family, everyone is stressed.
For staff on the frontlines, their stress is exacerbated by the public’s feelings of restlessness, economic uncertainty, frustration, and anger. For leaders, acknowledging that your employees are being verbally … Read More