Tips on how companies can handle staff with multiplicity and fluid identities
Do you have multiple identities?
How do you interact with your employees and colleagues?
Do your identity characteristics get challenged at work, home and among friends?
Eusebius McKaiser speaks to You Plus Wellness founder and clinical psychologist Audrey Katsidzira about multiplicity and fluid identities.
Let's start by not imposing on the person but by saying this person has a skills set they are bringing into the work context.Audrey Katsidzira, Clinical psychologist and founding consultant at You Plus Wellness
Companies need to become more flexible particularly hammering in on employee wellness programmes that are more dynamic that actually prepare workers to be global citizens.Audrey Katsidzira, Clinical psychologist and founding consultant at You Plus Wellness
We can't afford to be confined in one space. Companies need to equip people to be able to give the output that they require.Audrey Katsidzira, Clinical psychologist and founding consultant at You Plus Wellness
It is okay for you sometimes to feel inadequate during work yet you have a skill.Audrey Katsidzira, Clinical psychologist and founding consultant at You Plus Wellness
Listen to the full interview below...
This article first appeared on 702 : Tips on how companies can handle staff with multiplicity and fluid identities
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