Covid-19 has impacted all of us, with symptoms ranging from mere annoyance to depression. Sadly, the practice of psychotherapy is booming as we all try to cope with this sudden, convulsive change in our daily lives that affects us personally and professionally. I’m a collaborator, and one of the things I love about business is working closely with people. Eight months without sitting across the table from my colleagues is unsettling to say the least.

Much of the attached article from “The Harvard Business Review” focuses on personal emotional impact, but his pandemic’s effects insinuate their way into our professional lives as well. The article is certainly worth reading, followed by some reflection on how you’re interacting with other people in your organization.  Give it a read —