Resources for Resilience and a Return to Effectiveness

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In a crisis, priorities shift day-to-day. With organizations worldwide grappling with plunging productivity due to the COVID-19 outbreak, this is a time to simplify and aim for a balance between focus and flexibility. Pollinate presents this roundup of resources and ideas to help you navigate in the face of lightning-speed change: Pollinate CEO Christy Pettit discusses the value of patience …

The Case for Virtual Mentoring

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Virtual mentoring can be a vitally important means of human connection, growth and learning as the number of people working remotely rises due to COVID-19 disruption. Pollinate advisor Dr. Mary Fernandez shares her thoughts on the benefits and challenges of virtual mentoring, along with strategies for success: Virtual mentoring is a flexible, effective alternative to in-person mentoring experiences Virtual mentorships …

Remote Work and the Unintended Consequences of Crisis Response

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Remote work has suddenly become standard practice for organizations everywhere, with many workers now mandated to work from home in response to the COVID-19 threat. As we explore alternative forms of connecting and working to maintain organizational collaboration and continuity, we can expect sweeping systems change and a dramatic uptick in the need for personal and professional development. We can …

Pollinate Networks COVID-19 Update

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In these challenging times, it’s vital to focus on what matters most. To help prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), Pollinate Networks is taking the following proactive steps to protect our staff and families, our clients and partners, and our community: We have closed our office to non-essential personnel and visitors until Monday, April 13.   We have implemented a work-from-home policy …