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Creating a mindset of taking care of each other for greater organizational resiliency

Today, leaders are facing new challenges to the mental and emotional health of their teams. Though many physically or virtually show up to work, challenges may prevent them from fully engaging in their work responsibilities—an effect called presenteeism. This reinforces that outwardly someone can look fine, because we can't always see how someone feels. On this episode, Deloitte chief well-being officer talks with Janet Foutty, Deloitte US Chair of the Board, about the skills leaders need to reengage with our work, our workplace, and our workforce to emerge from this crisis stronger than ever before.

We're in such a shared experience now. In my mind, this is the ultimate test of resiliency in leadership, because there are so many dimensions of how each of us is dealing with this crisis that we find ourselves in. And there are many things that are different about our own makeup, but there are also many things that are the same.

- Janet Foutty, Deloitte US Chair of the Board

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