In response to the fast-changing dynamics of the world and how we interact with each other, we have compiled a list of wellness resources to help you navigate today’s “new normal.” Included below are links to key tools and strategies for your professional and personal well-being in light of COVID-19.
Resources for Managers
Resources for Working Professionals
Resources for Current Students
The Science of Well-Being (Source: Yale via Coursera)
Free 2-week MOOC from Yale designed to teach you how to build healthy habits and increase your happiness
Free Virtual Vinyasa Yoga and Meditation Videos (Source: Lululemon)
Free Abstract Collage Creations course (Source: Laura Horn Art)
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Managing anxiety and your mental health during COVID-19
On Thursday, April 16th, Katherine Switz, founder and executive director of The Stability Network and Lime Connect Special Advisor, shared her personal experience and key strategies for coping in times of crisis drawn from her network of more than 200 professionals who live and work with mental health conditions. In an interview format, we explore practical ways that you can better manage anxiety and your mental health in general during this uncertain time.
How to adjust your Career Development and Job Search During the Coronavirus
While we are all staying safe at home, it's a good time to reflect on our career development - whether we are currently job searching or not. When is the last time you've asked yourself "How am I being perceived at work?", or "How am I being perceived when interacting with employers and my network?".
In this recorded webinar, Robyn Behlke, Career Consultant for MBA students at the Rotman School of Management - University of Toronto, and long-time Lime Connect partner, takes you through a course on personal branding and networking best practices for our new virtual world, and steps to stay motivated in your job search process.
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If you're a corporate partner, and seeking our partner resources for supporting employees with disabilities during COVID-19, please contact us for access.