Now that COVID-19 vaccines have been developed, approved and made (in a limited fashion) available at breathtaking speed, there is a light at the end of the pandemic tunnel. But it’s still a long way off.
COVID-19 is not a pandemic.
It’s been seven months since the coronavirus pandemic led companies like mine, with white collar workforces, to shift to almost entirely virtual work. As much as we all want the world to return to “normal,” many of us are adapting to remote work – and liking what we see. Can we make it our next normal? Should we?
I recently addressed a group of military officers about “leadership in a time of crisis.”
Six months into the pandemic, most of us have mostly figured out things like remote work and workplace hygiene.