About Sasha Grutzeck

Sasha Grutzeck is a Senior Instructional Designer at Johns Hopkins University. She’s a member of the Learning Solutions department, where she writes and designs e-courses (and other training materials) for Johns Hopkins University faculty and staff. She enjoys learning new things, collaborating with her coworkers, watching movies, taking ridiculously long walks, and eating the leftover baked goods that always seem to miraculously appear in the Learning Solutions kitchen.

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Relationships – It’s the Little Things That Make a Difference

Relationships – It’s the Little Things That Make a Difference

What kind of relationships do you have with your coworkers? Are there certain individuals whom you consider to be your friends? And are there others whom you view as difficult or unpleasant? If so, you’re not alone. According to authors Kerry Roberts Gibson and Beth Schinoff, humans are hardwired to view things as “good” or(…)

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It’s OK to Grieve

It’s OK to Grieve

Everyone is coping with our new way of living and working in different ways. Some people are managing really nicely. I have one coworker who loves working from home full-time, and never wants to return to the office. But I know that there are others who are having a harder time adjusting. According to author(…)

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How to Use Technology Without Annoying Your Coworkers

How to Use Technology Without Annoying Your Coworkers

Before the COVID-19 crisis, we certainly used technology to communicate at work. We made phone calls. We sent emails and instant messages. And maybe, occasionally, we participated in an online meeting or video conference call. But today, with many of us working from home, technology has suddenly become the primary way to communicate with clients(…)

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