Category: COVID-19 Self Care & Inspiration

Survey: How Well is Your Workforce Managing This New Work Environment?

COVID-19 has presented unprecedented challenges for our organizations, our workforces and how we deliver services. This includes major changes in how and where employees work. The CPS HR Consulting Institute for Public Sector Employee Engagement wants to help you understand how your employees are coping with the challenges of this new work environment – and … Continued

Ellie & Jill Take on COVID-19: Insensitive Bosses

Ellie and Jill (get it? EL and GL?) are two anonymous ELGL members who answer your most pressing and sensitive questions. Because everything is anonymous, you can rely on Ellie and Jill to tackle the issues you’ve always wanted to talk about but were too afraid to ask. Want to submit your own question for … Continued

Ellie & Jill Take on COVID-19: New Job Offer During Quarantine

Ellie and Jill (get it? EL and GL?) are two anonymous ELGL members who answer your most pressing and sensitive questions. Because everything is anonymous, you can rely on Ellie and Jill to tackle the issues you’ve always wanted to talk about but were too afraid to ask. Want to submit your own question for … Continued

Public Leadership Through Crisis 4: You Must be Smarter Than Your Brain

Today’s blog is written by ELGL member Matt Andrews and cross posted from our friends at the Building State Capability program at Harvard University. The Public Leadership Through Crisis blog series offers ideas for leaders questioning how they can help and what kind of leadership is required in the face of a crisis (like the … Continued

Public Leadership Through Crisis 3: Be Brave, Calm, Adaptive

Today’s blog is written by ELGL member Matt Andrews and cross posted from our friends at the Building State Capability program at Harvard University. The Public Leadership Through Crisis blog series offers ideas for leaders questioning how they can help and what kind of leadership is required in the face of a crisis (like the … Continued

Crisis: Danger & Opportunity

This blog post is submitted anonymously. The author is a psychologist who works in local government.¬† ELGL publishes anonymous posts when asked, because we know our members have stories to share but not always the opportunity to share them. Did you know that the Chinese word for crisis can be translated as both danger and … Continued

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