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HOW TO DEVELOP RESILIENCE DURING COVID-19

April 20, 2020 Jane Jackson : Career Management Coach | LinkedIn | Branding | Job Search | Resume | Job Interviews | Career Coach Episode 190
Your Career Podcast with Jane Jackson | Create Your Dream Career
HOW TO DEVELOP RESILIENCE DURING COVID-19
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Your Career Podcast with Jane Jackson | Create Your Dream Career
HOW TO DEVELOP RESILIENCE DURING COVID-19
Apr 20, 2020 Episode 190
Jane Jackson : Career Management Coach | LinkedIn | Branding | Job Search | Resume | Job Interviews | Career Coach

How to Develop  Resilience During Covid-19.  

What a time the world has had over the past few months. It's been confusing, concerning and downright scary too. In this podcast episode you will learn what will help you to manage these challenging times.

What we need is to develop resilience to get through this coronavirus pandemic so that, once restrictions are lifted, we can rebuilt our careers, our businesses and our lives.

I hosted a panel discussion on Developing Resilience with 3 talented experts on a #LinkedInLive stream last week, and was honoured to have HR leader, Geoff Martin, Ageing Fearlessly author, Karen Sander, and Mental Toughness coach, Lia Zalums join me to discuss how to handle challenge, change and uncertainty.

I’m based in Sydney and in Australia, people began living under strict new lockdown rules on Monday 23rd March as coronavirus cases, at that point topped 1,600.  As of today, 19th April, there are now over 6,500 cases in Australia and globally Covid-19 has infected 2.3 million people. 
 
As new restrictions closed non-essential services, there are clear signs of economic and social stress with long queues forming outside Centrelink and the Australian government pledging a $130 billion JobKeeper Payment to help keep Australians in jobs.

Due to Coronavirus, a record high 3.92 million (27.4%) of Australians were either unemployed or under-employed and looking for more work in the second half of March 2020.  This is far more Australians looking for work than was the case during the last recession in 1990/91.

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way the world of work functions, the saying “this too will pass”, has been used many times by so many people recently that I can’t wait until this does pass.

I believe that when we are over this, it will be a changed world and what I hope is that we will all become more mindful of our actions and be kinder to each other and to the planet.

In this episode, I provide advice on how to manage stress and anxiety during Coronavirus and self-isolation, and build self-belief in order to be positioned well to re-enter the workforce if your job has been affected by this pandemic; Geoff Martin, top Australian HR leader, talks about overcoming brain surgery which threatened his life and the lessons he has learned by facing mortality; Karen Sander, who wrote Ageing Fearlessly, discusses how we can connect to each other through the art of Story Telling, and Lia Zalums discussed Mental Toughness and how to be more resilient despite the multiple challenges that most people are facing today.

For support to reduce anxiety and be guided through an empowering meditation and visualisation for success, visit www.janejacksoncoach.com/meditation

For support to get back on your feet in your career, there are many free resources and additional support at www.thecareersacademy.online

For all Career Management and Career Transition resources:  www.janejacksoncoach.com

To find my guests:
Geoff Martin
Karen Sander
Lia Zalums







Show Notes

How to Develop  Resilience During Covid-19.  

What a time the world has had over the past few months. It's been confusing, concerning and downright scary too. In this podcast episode you will learn what will help you to manage these challenging times.

What we need is to develop resilience to get through this coronavirus pandemic so that, once restrictions are lifted, we can rebuilt our careers, our businesses and our lives.

I hosted a panel discussion on Developing Resilience with 3 talented experts on a #LinkedInLive stream last week, and was honoured to have HR leader, Geoff Martin, Ageing Fearlessly author, Karen Sander, and Mental Toughness coach, Lia Zalums join me to discuss how to handle challenge, change and uncertainty.

I’m based in Sydney and in Australia, people began living under strict new lockdown rules on Monday 23rd March as coronavirus cases, at that point topped 1,600.  As of today, 19th April, there are now over 6,500 cases in Australia and globally Covid-19 has infected 2.3 million people. 
 
As new restrictions closed non-essential services, there are clear signs of economic and social stress with long queues forming outside Centrelink and the Australian government pledging a $130 billion JobKeeper Payment to help keep Australians in jobs.

Due to Coronavirus, a record high 3.92 million (27.4%) of Australians were either unemployed or under-employed and looking for more work in the second half of March 2020.  This is far more Australians looking for work than was the case during the last recession in 1990/91.

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way the world of work functions, the saying “this too will pass”, has been used many times by so many people recently that I can’t wait until this does pass.

I believe that when we are over this, it will be a changed world and what I hope is that we will all become more mindful of our actions and be kinder to each other and to the planet.

In this episode, I provide advice on how to manage stress and anxiety during Coronavirus and self-isolation, and build self-belief in order to be positioned well to re-enter the workforce if your job has been affected by this pandemic; Geoff Martin, top Australian HR leader, talks about overcoming brain surgery which threatened his life and the lessons he has learned by facing mortality; Karen Sander, who wrote Ageing Fearlessly, discusses how we can connect to each other through the art of Story Telling, and Lia Zalums discussed Mental Toughness and how to be more resilient despite the multiple challenges that most people are facing today.

For support to reduce anxiety and be guided through an empowering meditation and visualisation for success, visit www.janejacksoncoach.com/meditation

For support to get back on your feet in your career, there are many free resources and additional support at www.thecareersacademy.online

For all Career Management and Career Transition resources:  www.janejacksoncoach.com

To find my guests:
Geoff Martin
Karen Sander
Lia Zalums