Teachers, administrators, student affairs people, and others in education have experienced new types of stress during this pandemic. One form of stress that is new to educators of all types is “Zoom fatigue” and “COVID fog.” I know I have experienced both of these a few times! Some other stressors that may be going unrecognized … Continue reading Educators & Pandemics: Mental Health and Fatigue
Understanding the basics of risk management can help you both avoid as well as prepare for risks your business or campus may encounter, potentially saving you time and money. However, risk management can also have other important benefits such as enabling project success, improving communication, and benefiting the organizational culture. Below you will find some … Continue reading Risk Management 101: How to Get Started
Yes. We can improve ourselves, our professional work, our families, our communities, our society, and everything in an incremental way. While taking radical and aggressive action can work well in the right circumstances, it is more effective overall to work in a consistent, disciplined, and continuous way on incremental improvements. Improve your average, do a … Continue reading Continuous Improvement: Okay If It’s Incremental?
Every organization has a culture. One aspect of organizational culture is the safety culture. For safety in organizations, culture is more important than the hardware. The safety culture is the set of perceptions about the hazards, vulnerabilities, and risks that exist in the workplace and community. Preventable safety issues and emergencies in organizations are often … Continue reading Safety Culture: What Is Yours?