It’s a Hard Week. Here’s How to Adjust Your Focus.

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Science-backed ways to help you make sense of the world in times of crisis.

If you’re struggling to make sense of the world right now, you’re not alone. Many of us are finding it harder to concentrate and prioritize. That’s why we decided to resurface some of our most helpful material on how to lean in during times of disruption, based on three research-backed habits: take care of yourself, look after each other, and deliver what matters. Here’s how to accomplish that, and more.




Take Care of Yourself


3 Ways to Stay Focused During Times of Crisis


5 Neuroscience-Backed Methods To Manage Stress At Work




Look After Each Other

Everyone is in Survival Mode. Here Are Three Things Leaders Can Do Now


Three Tools for Managers on Traumatic Anniversaries


How to Listen Deeply: A Guide for Organizations




Deliver What Matters


How to Stay Focused When the Finish Line Keeps Moving


Your Brain at Work Live: Leading Through Crisis with David Rock, HP’s Tracy Keough and Patagonia’s Dean Carter


Your Brain at Work Live: The Science of Empathy and Allyship and Why it Matters Now

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