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Isolation Reading for the Week of May 11

Isolation Reading for the Week of May 11

Every Monday we’re bringing you some great books chosen by our staff for your work-from-home reading. This week, Breanna Muir, our Product Marketing Specialist, has chosen The Hotel as her staff pick.

How to Cope with Impossible Things (like COVID-19)

How to Cope with Impossible Things (like COVID-19)

Robert Maunder and Jonathan Hunter both work at Mount Sinai Hospital and have first-hand experience of working in the midst of COVID-19. In this post, they give a first-hand account of what the current pandemic looks like from inside a hospital.

Illness, Shortages, and Inflation: Going Shopping in Pandemic Times

Illness, Shortages, and Inflation: Going Shopping in Pandemic Times

Why did Canadians, like so many other people around the world, stock up on consumer goods as the COVID-19 crisis was developing? Donica Belisle explores this question and explains why Canadians have used shopping before as a method to deal with anxiety.

Capacities for Compassion: From Water to Wine

Capacities for Compassion: From Water to Wine

Released earlier this year, From Water to Wine explores how Angola has changed since the end of its civil war in 2002. The text’s themes are relevant to making sense of both the current crisis and the deeper questions facing Angola. Author Jess Auerbach discusses these in our latest blog post.

SHIFTing the Mindset During COVID-19: Part 3 “Awareness”

SHIFTing the Mindset During COVID-19: Part 3 “Awareness”

In her third installment of the blog series “SHIFTing the Mindset During COVID-19,” Eileen Brown addresses the subject of ‘awareness’ – the third and final lever in the foundation of the sustainable execution model featured in her book Shift: A New Mindset for Sustainable Execution.

SHIFTing the Mindset During COVID-19: Part 2 “Rhythm”

SHIFTing the Mindset During COVID-19: Part 2 “Rhythm”

In part 2 of the new blog series, “SHIFTing the Mindset During COVID-19,” Eileen Brown discusses the concept of executional “rhythm,” and why organizations that lack rhythm do not have the ability to be proactive or pivot seamlessly to deal with unexpected demands during the coronavirus pandemic.

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