ECONOMIC uncertainty and rapid shifts in the working environment over the past year have left many among us feeling somewhat daunted by the prospect of all we need to achieve in the work year ahead. A fresh perspective can help prepare us to meet the inevitable challenges – but this should not be at the expense of personal wellbeing, or our efforts will not be sustainable.
“The dramatic changes the pandemic brought about have been tough on most people in one way or another. We need to adapt and find ways to do things differently to make the most of 2021, both personally and professionally,” says Andrea Radnitz, an occupational therapist at Akeso Pietermaritzburg.
She offers 10 top tips for the year ahead: