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.

Posts by Sasha Grutzeck:

How to End Your Emails

How to End Your Emails

You probably send a lot of emails over the course of your workday. And you probably have a standard “closer” – the word or phrase that you include at the end of the email, right before your name. It might be something like “best” or “thanks” or “sincerely.” My standard closer is “thanks” or “thanks(…)

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How to Be Resilient

How to Be Resilient

In 2016, I wrote an article about the importance of resilience. And it’s even more important today. Although many of us are working from home, and we’re grateful to have that opportunity, the pandemic has made life and work more stressful and exhausting. Being resilient can help to make this challenging situation a little better.(…)

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How to Celebrate Halloween With Your Coworkers (Even if You’re All Working From Home)

How to Celebrate Halloween With Your Coworkers (Even if You’re All Working From Home)

Celebrating Halloween with your coworkers might seem a little difficult this year. If you and your coworkers are currently working from home, you won’t be able to have a Halloween office party, share sugary snacks, or show off your amazing Halloween costume in person. But never fear! It IS still possible to celebrate Halloween together(…)

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