A different kind of conversation is needed in these times, one which fosters much-needed psychological safety, and is marked by shared understanding and deep listening with the ability and willingness to be vulnerable, says Jane Brendgen

  In March 2020 our lives changed as we began to experience the deeply unsettling realities associated with a global pandemic. Many people made the abrupt shift to working from home with virtual platforms substituting face-to-face meetings. Millions were furloughed or lost their jobs. Although lockdown restrictions...

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