Morale and Engagement

Whether you’re managing a team of remote workers or essential employees who are working on campus, keeping morale and engagement levels up is incredibly important as we continue to work through the challenges of the pandemic. Below are some tips, resources and training courses to help you.

Setting expectations and respecting boundaries

Avoid burnout by making clear what is expected of your team. View these tips for setting expectations and respecting personal boundaries.

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Having Fun

Incorporating fun in your workplace is allowed! Even though we are doing serious work, we all need to experience a little bit of fun too. Here are some ideas.

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Instilling a Sense of Belonging

Instilling a sense of belonging among your team members can lead to higher levels of morale and engagement. View these ideas for creating an environment where employees feel connected.

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Engaging a Hybrid Workforce

Zoom fatigue is real. So, how can you keep your team engaged? View these tips and resources for engaging and motivating a hybrid workforce.

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Supporting On-Campus Employees

Frontline and essential on-campus employees need support, encouragement and resources, now more than ever. Here are some tips on how you can help.

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Remembering Self-Care

Taking care of yourself will make you a better leader. Learn how to take care of yourself and how to encourage your team members to do the same.

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Exploring Training Resources

Hone your managerial skills with our courses on setting expectations, ensuring productivity, motivating employees, cultivating resistance to stress, and surviving work-life during a pandemic.

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Share Your Ideas

We want to hear from you! We invite you to share what you are doing in your own departments and schools to help keep morale up and employees engaged. Your ideas will help us continue to provide tips and resources on this webpage.

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