Category: COVID

May 11, 2021
Weakness, Humility, and Agility: Leadership in the Blizzard

What is to shape leaders in this moment of change? This author seeks to connect humility, agility, and leadership all together. "As I read this, it hit me. An overwhelming feeling of helplessness and weakness. It reminded me of the first time I drove in the USA. Having grown up on the equator and only […]

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May 11, 2021
Coping with Coronavirus Anxiety: Four Lessons From Soren Kierkegaard

Covid brought us lots of anxiety because of the significant change it brought to our lives. Brian Rosner writes for the ABC web page on how nineteenth-century Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, can help. It's a great peace on speaking the good news of Jesus into the public square--and providing help for our anxieties. "As the […]

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May 11, 2021
Tales from the Attic - A new year, a new start but COVID is coming at us

A series of short videos, recorded by Craig Broman in his own attic during the 2020 pandemic. In this Tale, Craig speaks of the joys of sitting in a recently renovated attic and urges us to think through how we proactively invest in our lives and workplaces to redeem the year ahead. Duration: 3 mins […]

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May 11, 2021
Tales from the Attic - The six day lockdown we never fully had

A series of short videos, recorded by Craig Broman in his own attic during the 2020 pandemic. In this Tale, Craig encourages the resident in Lock Down to slow down, read and reflect on Gods word. In pausing to take stock of the realities of your network and supports, he urges believers to take comfort […]

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May 11, 2021
Tales from the Attic - Thermostat or Thermometer: operating in an uncertain climate

A series of short videos, recorded by Craig Broman in his own attic during the 2020 pandemic. In this Tale, Craig challenges us to be temperature setters in these challenging times and points us to take comfort from and rest in Jesus, the one who is worthy to open the scrolls. Duration: 5 mins Source: […]

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May 11, 2021
Tales from the Attic - Tips for the family surviving being together in lockdown

A series of short videos, recorded by Craig Broman in his own attic during the 2020 pandemic. In this Tale, Craig offers survival tips to families, including strategies on how to navigate the change of the home becoming the workplace, the school and the social environment. Duration: 4 mins Source: https://vimeo.com/528134874

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May 10, 2021
COVID's mental health fallout will last a long time. Here's how we're targeting pandemic depression and anxiety.

One of the most common patterns from previous disasters whether it’s bushfires or tsunamis is that once the immediate threat is passed, governments and agencies often neglect the longer term mental health toll. This article tries to unravel some of the long terms impacts on mental health from Covid.

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May 10, 2021
Signs your colleague is struggling while working from home

In a post COVID world it’s important to look for the signs that your work colleagues may be struggling. Facial expressions that are different, communication dropping, less productivity and regularly complaining they are tired are all indicators they might need a helping hand .

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January 6, 2021
Feel drained after a year of Zoom meetings? There's brain science behind that fatigue

ABC Science by science reporter Belinda Smith 2020 was filled with Zoom meetings like we never could have imagined. Leaving each meeting brought a higher level of exhaustion than a normal meeting. There is science to back that exhaustion. Tackle 2021 with evidence of the toll Zoom interactions take and plan your work schedule accordingly. […]

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July 21, 2020
Life is a Zig Zag

Over the last 6 months many people have talked about new ventures or learning a new skill. Whether you are trying something new or not, we have all had to adjust our goals for the year. In this short video, gain some insight about adjusting your work and personal goals. Dr Darryl Cross is a clinical […]

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July 15, 2020
Work-Life Balance

Working from home required an adjustment and no doubt had an impact on work-life balance. Now as many of us think about going back to the office, even part-time, another adjustment will happen. How do we maintain the balance in life during this time of change? Watch Dr Darryl Cross and see how driving the […]

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July 14, 2020
Why the chaos of 2020 is turning us all into philosophers

ABC Radio National by David Rutledge Do you find yourself philosophising about life as you watch the world these past months? David Rutledge takes us on a journey of philosophies through the ages and how they pertain to us today. Find an interesting read in his article Why the Chaos of 2020 is turning us […]

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