A survey released today showed that the UK public has very little confidence in the information that it is receiving about the CV-19 crisis. Surprisingly, to some, the Government came out as well as the more reputable media, and the only beacon of light was the health service itself. I am sure that similar patterns can be seen around the world.
So how do we cope mentally with the amounts of news, information, social media that we are being inundated with, and successfully looking after our families in the lockdown and, meanwhile search for plan B?
This week, I was interviewed by two journalists for an industry-specific publication. They explained that their industry was expected to suffer badly as a result of the coronavirus crisis. Potentially it won’t recover…
He is an executive confidant and leader of the University of Oxford's Coaching Programmes. He was awarded the Distinguished Fellowship of the IOD in 1993.
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