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Why Are Your People Thinking of Leaving? Bounce Back After a Crisis
Suffering a serious career crisis can have long-term consequences - but the surprise is that some consequences can be so positive that we feel grateful for the experience.

Many people who have been through a "seismic" crisis say it led to a new lease of life, or a desire to learn or to help others. You can explore this in our article, Managing Post-Traumatic Growth.

Your ability to bounce back stronger from a crisis can depend on your resilience, and whether you have a positive outlook. Find out how you can boost these traits with our articles, Developing Resilience and Dweck's Mindsets.

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Managing Post-Traumatic Growth Managing Post-Traumatic Growth

Find out how to support a team member who is going through profound personal change after experiencing a crisis.

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Developing Resilience Developing Resilience

Discover how to develop a resilient attitude, to help you to overcome setbacks.

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Dweck's Mindsets Dweck's Mindsets

Learn how adopting a growth mindset can help you to overcome challenges and be more productive.

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Leading People Through Disasters
Leading People Through Disasters, With Kathryn McKee

In this Expert Interview, a renowned HR consultant discusses how to support your people after a crisis.

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Learned Optimism
Learned Optimism, By Martin Seligman

In this Book Insight, explore how being more optimistic can help you to cope better with challenges.

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Coping with Change
Coping with Change

Follow this three-stage approach for dealing with the stress of change.

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Leading in Uncertain Times Leading in Uncertain Times

Find out how to lead, and succeed, during times of change. Join us for our one-hour Twitter chat on Friday, April 28, at 1 p.m. EST, 6 p.m. BST. Simply follow us @Mind_Tools, and use #MTtalk.
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Six Ways I Beat the Blues of Being a Team of One! Six Ways I Beat the Blues of Being a Team of One!

The need to be resilient reminded us of this blog on how to cope with being a "team of one," so here's another opportunity for you to enjoy it.
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How to Communicate L&D Across Different Cultures How to Communicate L&D Across Different Cultures

Globalization has meant that L&D needs to be accessible to several different cultures at once. Bob Little explains how to make your L&D cross-cultural.
A Final Note

It's natural to want to reintegrate a team member who has expericenced a serious crisis, and get the best from him or her. However, it's important to remember that he may still be dealing with the negative consequences of the event, and may need additional support and understanding.

Next week, find out how you can make your communications clearer and more effective by cutting out unnecessary and confusing jargon, and, with our new video, discover how to plan for a crisis.

Have a great week!

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