Harriet Stein, RN, MS
Many businesses throughout the United States have been forced to shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. At some point, these mandatory shutdowns and restrictions will start to ease and businesses will be allowed to reopen.
It’s likely that this will be a gradual shift—with some industries allowed to reopen before others—and that there will be rules and new standards for how workplaces operate in a post-coronavirus world. If you are one of the many businesses waiting for the green light to reopen, this is the time to prepare so you are ready to get back on your feet as quickly as possible. Or if you have just reopened, maybe your colleagues are feeling a bit nervous about venturing back into the office.
You might need to change your business or shift your focus to address the changes that are likely to occur in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Here are some tips on what you can do.
Mindfulness is now being incorporated by organizations to lower healthcare costs, support employees in staying focused which improves their performance, and reduce levels of stress.
Harriet Stein of Big Toe in the Water brings Mindfulness Programs to organizations of all sizes to transform employee productivity, engagement, and satisfaction.