You don’t have to be in the mental health field to grasp the experiences and effects of trauma. You just have to be intentional, caring and compassionate.
Understanding the trauma of COVID-19 demands trauma-informed leadership.
I see you caring for your community like it is your own family because, to you, it is.
An Open Letter to Nonprofit Boards during COVID-19
Leaders are scrambling in the midst of COVID-19 to safely get their teams to a remote-working status. Nonprofit executives are among the most nimble, adaptable, and committed leaders out there. For those of you who are adjusting to a remote work model, here are some considerations around remote workplace equity. Equipment When setting expectations forContinue reading “Remote Workplace Equity”
The vibe of the season is scarcity. In a world where “not enough” was already a raging force (not enough money, not enough sleep, not enough time…), COVID-19 has taken it up a big notch. Now we are overwhelmingly bombarded with constant news of dwindling resources: not enough diagnostic tests, not enough institutional preparedness, notContinue reading “Love in the Time of Corona”