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This year has seen a level of emotion in work like no other, and it has opened our eyes to the importance of emotional connection within the workplace.

Paul’s guest, Dr Lauren L Vargas, developed the framework “Take ‘CARE’ to be ‘CALM’”. Together, they delve into this framework and explain how it applies to work, discuss the emotional impact of the virus on work, and share how we can move forwards to bring our best selves to work.

Listen to Episode 69: Take care, stay calm and carry on in the digital world of work

Guest speakers: Dr Lauren L Vargas

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