Managing Working at Home with Children – Egad!

As many organizations continue to work remotely, and now many school districts are doing remote learning as well, the challenge of managing bodies at home, all with different needs, agendas, goals, and emotions, continues to grow. One of our corporate clients asked us to put together some techniques and tips they could share with their employees who have young children at home.  My husband and business partner Mark has a master’s in clinical psychology and had a private marriage and family therapy practice for 28 years.  I have certifications in English, business, and secondary education, as well as having run
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Episode 157 – We’re entering the 8th month of COVID-19…. what should you be asking your employees?

I mentioned back in March that here at The Shuler Group, we were halting all projects involving our proprietary Company Climate Inventory.  It just didn’t make sense in this time of turmoil to try to get a “normal” temperature reading of the climate at an organization.  Everything would have been skewed. Almost eight months later, though, it’s time to get that temperature reading, especially in terms of how organizations are supporting their remote workers, changing priorities, and setting themselves up for success.  Listen in as Dawn Shuler shares the 7 new questions they are adding to their standard Company Climate
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Episode 156 – Passionate about forward motion

When I had my issue with feeling at capacity, I struggled because I didn’t know how to move forward. I hate stuckness more than I hate going backward – because you can retrace your steps forward – or take a slightly different path toward the same destination. Stuck is just… stuck.  What is your take on forward motion? Other podcast episodes referenced:  Still at capacity, At capacity, and Forward motion
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Episode 155 – Still at capacity

A few months ago, I published an episode called “At capacity.”  Three months later, many of us are still feeling “at capacity.”  We’re less productive, more anxious, less focused, and more overwhelmed.  Listen in as I share my personal breakdown around this as well as what’s needed to thrive. Other podcast episodes referenced:  At capacity
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