Michael Lee Stallard joins the podcast to discuss how leaders can keep staff connected, even during the pandemic.
Human beings are social animals and human connection is key to our emotional and spiritual health. Over the past eight months, however, these connections are harder to make as the pandemic has forced organizations out of offices and into remote work. Even before the pandemic, social disconnection was on the rise. According to our guest today, leaders and organizations can foster a culture of connection for a better work environment and better results, even in the pandemic.
Michael Lee Stallard joined GovExec Daily to discuss how to foster connection in a work environment. He's one of the authors of Connection Culture: The Competitive Advantage of Shared Identity, Empathy, and Understanding at Work, now in its second edition.
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