Times are tough for businesses. Rapid shifts in operations have left little time to plan or organize change management, and many leaders are now scrambling to keep teams engaged, motivated, and proactively tackling what needs to get done. This is no small feat in normal times, as only 34% of employees consider themselves engaged in the workplace. The current climate, however, has made that much harder, with team members feeling isolated, anxious, and uncertain about the future.
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Suddenly, safety is top of mind. Entire departments are now working remotely, and the concept of “essential” workers