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      COVID-19 Communication

      Effective Communication During The COVID-19 Events

      As the COVID-19 events challenge our country and the world, effective communication is more important than ever.

      This page is dedicated to providing you with fast and easy to use resources specific to communicating about COVID-19 and the related challenges.

      Are We Using Zoom Too Much?

      Are We Using Zoom Too Much?

      Too Much Remote Communication Is Exhausting Too Much Zoom? A few weeks ago, when COVID-19 arrived and everyone was just starting to work from home, I wrote a post suggesting that the higher the consequence of being misunderstood, the more important it is to use an...

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      How To Get Certainty During COVID-19

      How to create certainty for yourself and others during the COVID-19 crisisHere are some very specific strategies and techniques you can use to create certainty in your own life and in the lives of others. The Definition of Leadership My definition of leadership is:...

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      How To Control Anxiety During Covid-19

      How To Control Anxiety During Covid-19

      COVID-19 anxiety is real. Here’s how to control it.
      Of course fear and anxiety are necessary to protect us from danger, but too much can influence and affect how we think and how we feel in ways that don’t serve us well.

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      How Words Create Emotions

      How Words Create Emotions

      The words we use create emotions and impact the way we process the events surrounding COVID-19. Here are five words that are commonly used related to COVID-19 and some suggestions of words you can use that are more empowering.

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      How To Comfort Someone

      How To Comfort Someone

      Have you even been in the situation where you had to comfort someone and you didn’t know what to say?

      You will learn exactly what to say (and not say) to comfort someone in time of crisis or even depression – even if you have low emotional intelligence or no natural empathy.

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