Scroll through your newsfeed and you will see stories and headlines that have an immediate effect of generating fear. Given the nature of the news, it is not surprising that our survival instinct is kicking in.
However, when fear is triggered, our ability to think creatively and strategically is disabled - just when we need it the most!
In addition, you may have to face your fears alone, as you cannot meet your colleagues face to face, with self-isolation and travel restrictions in place everywhere.
Yet things still need to get done. Remote and virtual working are often the only option, generally coming with the challenge of understanding each other quickly and collaborating in different ways.
What are your choices in dealing with this situation?
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