Kathryn interviews MSNBC Health Analyst Dr. Irwin Redlener
Episode #1281
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August 19th, 2020
Workplace Insights
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We all want to perform at our best and be successful, creative and happy at work. Yet these days, with the COVID-19 pandemic, work is a major source of stress. People are worried not only about getting sick but also about the impact on their business, career and future. Many people have lost their job or fear they will. In addition to concerns about job security, people have to adjust to new work environments and working from home. Backed by novel experiments and on-the-job experience, Thalma Lobel presents simple practices to optimize both where you work and how you work. A former chair at the School of Psychological Sciences at Tel Aviv University and director of the Adler Center for Child Development and Psychotherapy, she has been a visiting professor at Harvard University and a visiting scholar at Tufts University.
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