Covid 19: Turning Fear Into Productive Action
03/24/2020

Corry
Robertson

This morning I ran a Facebook Live where I shared an activity called Turning Fear Into Productive Action. Watch the video here.

I was inspired to share this activity after a client said to me that he is concerned for his team members because they are at home, trying to figure out how to get through the workday while processing the Covid 19 scare all by themselves.

He felt helpless as he had no way of knowing how they are doing or how he can help.

Help is right here.

This is a powerful and timely resource for managers who now find themselves leading home-based teams and who want to put first things first.

Download the material, call a virtual meeting and walk your team members through this activity.

Here is the link to the worksheets:

Turning Fear Into Action

If you want some more insight on how to use these worksheets, check out the recording on my Facebook page called Alive From 9 to 5.

Want more help? Book a virtual coffee with me so that we can have a quick call. I will help get you ready for this very important team meeting. My availability is here: www.TalkWithCorry.Com

To read more about how to lead home-based teams, check out my most recent article.

Thank you to Dr. Nadya Zhexembayeva of The Reinvention Society for generously sharing this material with the world.

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Author:  Corry Robertson

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