by Patrick Williams, Ed.D., MCC
We’re changing the way we greet people, and change can be good.
COVID-19 disrupted the world in a way not known for decades, and its repercussions will likely change our lives for decades to come. But don’t despair.
Some changes are good. Like learning to slow down, be creative at home, appreciate family and friends and truly connect in more personal ways.
As we navigate this novel virus, we’re re-learning how to have meaningful connections with our clients, friends, colleagues, and family without putting them at risk. This is a novel challenge. So how do we extend . . .