Staying Motivated during Crisis

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Staying Motivated during Crisis
 


Learning Objectives:

  • Describe how the human brain influences procrastination loops
  • Identify how sustained crisis affects motiviation
  • Apply strategies for influencing motivation during sustained crisis

 

For Further Tips on Sustaining Motivation, view CILL’s Previous Micro-Learning:

Work From Home - Part 1: Individuals (9:31 minutes Rush CILL video)

 

Source Material/Additional References:

On Motivation:

How to Motivate Yourself: 3 Steps Backed by Science (Time Magazine online article)

Why You Procrastinate (It Has Nothing to do with Self Control) (NY Times online article)

How to Stop Procrastinating: Overcoming the Habit of Delaying Important Tasks (Mindtools online article)

 

On Burnout:

Beating Burnout (HBR online article)

Recovering from Burnout: Finding Passion for Your Role Again (MindTools online article)

 

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Previous CILL Micro-Learnings:

Work From Home - Part 1: Individuals (9:31 minutes Rush CILL video)

Work From Home - Part 2: Managers (6:57 minutes Rush CILL video)

Leading Virtual Meetings - Essential Skills and Best Practices (5:55 minutes Rush CILL video)

Virtual Presentation Basics (11:28 minutes Rush CILL video)

Virtual Meetings—How to Combat Zoom Fatigue (6:24 minutes Rush CILL video)

Managing through Crisis - Part 1 (4:32 minutes Rush CILL video)

Managing through Crisis - Part 2: Reentry Lessons from the Past (5:47 minutes Rush CILL video)

Leadership Essentials: Understanding Empathy (5:11 minutes Rush CILL video)

Whole-Brain Leadership (5:10 minutes Rush CILL Video)

Emotional Intelligence and Crisis (5:48 minutes Rush CILL video)

Essentialism and Crisis Leadership (4:25 minutes Rush CILL video)

 

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