This LRN New Normal Infographic shares some insights about experiencing anticipatory grief due to COVID-19. There is a collective loss of normalcy, a sense of connection, and routine, coupled with an increase in fear and anticipation of the future. Help your employees work from home, return to the workplace, and handle the new normal with our new kits.
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Returning to work is a moment of truth and trust.
As states reopen, companies unshutter their door, and some people begin to venture out of their homes, organizations are working to figure out what to do next. Is it time to reopen the office? If so,
LRN’s “Navigating the New Normal” Kits provide curated learning materials that simplify the process of educating and informing your people on shifting business practices.
Society is not just heading to a new normal, but is in a “new now,” states a report that lays out seven “people priorities” it believes companies and their leaders must adopt.
What are the factors that make some ethics and compliance programs effective and relevant and others less so in meeting the unprecedented challenges COVID-19 poses?
Are the bellweathers at your organization leading everyone toward green pastures, or over a cliff? Why the organization's culture likely holds the answer to that question.
LRN’s Ben DiPietro moderates a webinar discussion looking at how organizations are responding to the COVID-19 virus pandemic to maintain business continuity with an ethical and empathetic perspective.
Businesses worldwide are wrestling with the issues emanating from COVID-19, and there are no precedents, no scenario-planning exercises, no management playbook to guide them.
Patrick Eckert talks about Roche Pharma's response to the COVID-19 crisis, how it handled the transition of getting workers able to conduct business from their homes and more.
During crises, transformational leaders instinctively know when to step back and consult others. They know what they don’t know.
COVID-19 is prompting many ethics and compliance chiefs to finds new ways to keep their teams connected.
LRN's David Greenberg discusses three leadership positions in terms of what people in those roles are probably feeling now, and how they might focus their thinking during COVID-19.
Plan International USA didn’t include a scenario for a worldwide pandemic in the business continuity plan it created several years ago, but the plan is helping now during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Using LRN's Course Customizer tool, ethics and compliance professionals have the ability to quickly add content to their courses and help keep their learners healthy and informed during a crisis.
What is the guiding light that ethics and compliance teams can turn to in difficult times to guarantee their values endure no matter the challenges they face?
How a company faces up to employee realities, and to hardship and crisis, reveals who it is.
Temporary amendments have been made to the Family and Medical Leave Act to bolster sick pay for employees dealing with issues related to COVID-19.