By Katya Fernandez
Center for Creative Leadership
The results of this study demonstrate that COVID-related stress affects multiple areas of functioning, from work variables like burnout and job satisfaction to general wellbeing. They also demonstrate that there is hope. More specifically, there is indication that engaging in resilience practices, gratitude practices, and developing one’s ability to tolerate ambiguity can all help ameliorate the deleterious effects of COVID-related stress.
Fernandez, K., & Clerkin, C. (2021). Leading through COVID-19: The impact of pandemic stress and what leaders can do about it. Greensboro, NC; Center for Creative Leadership. https://doi.org/10.35613/ccl.2021.2044