At-Home Adventures, Reconnecting with Teenagers, Dry Hands and Handwashing, Social Distancing, Mini Book Club, Working Remotely
The Lisa Show
- Mar 26, 2020 12:00 pm
- 1:41:10 mins
At-Home Adventures (0:00:00) Social distancing doesn’t mean you can’t still have adventures, especially if your family is all home with you. This crazy time where we are all staying at home as much as possible could potentially be a very memorable time for you and your family. Today for Lisa’s Adventure Club, we want to show you how to have fun while indoors and come up with unique ways to keep your kids entertained. Joining us is Erika Anderson, producer of the MomForce Podcast. She is also finding new ways to have adventures with her family during this time. Reconnecting With Teenagers (0:15:50) The teen years are weird and awkward for everybody, but they can be especially hard on boys and their parents. Sometimes, sweet and talkative little boys will become sullen and reserved as they get older. As a parent, this can be scary! How do you stay close with your son throughout his teenage years? Here with us to answer this question is Dr. Laura Markham. She is a psychologist, author, and parenting coach. Dry Hands and Handwashing (0:37:04) The CDC has advised that we wash our hands thoroughly and often to stay healthy. In fact, there are 5 steps to wash your hands the right way: Wet, Lather, Scrub, Rinse and Dry. But that last step may be leaving a lot of you with flaked, dry, cracked hands that are actually more susceptible to germs and other bacteria according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Moisturizing is an important step to the handwashing process, and to help us understand how we can best implement good techniques is Dr. Adam Friedman of the American Academy of Dermatology. Social Distancing (0:50:34) As we are all dealing with the coronavirus, we would like to reinforce the idea of social distancing. The CDC has guidelines for how you can implement this practice, and encourages everyone to make a conscious effort to follow. To help us understand this practice and how we can stay calm while doing our best to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is Carolyn Cannuscio , a social epidemiologist and Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Mini Book Club: Business and Nonprofit Books (1:06:59) Rachel Wadham , of BYU Radio’s Worlds Awaiting , talks with Lisa and Richie about the best books about business and nonprofits to read during the COVID-19 quarantine. Working Remotely (1:26:03) Due to safety concerns regarding the coronavirus, many companies have decided to have their employees work from home. While this will help stop the spread of the virus, a study done by VitalSmarts shows that more than 1 in 5 employees don’t feel their team members have good enough collaboration habits to work effectively from home. Despite the inherent challenges, businesses and employees can be successful working remotely with some mindful adjustments. Here to share some tips on how businesses should approach this change and continue to run effectively while employees work from home is Joseph Grenny. Joseph is the cofounder of VitalSmarts, a leadership training company.