Good Grief

Finally, leaders must at some point encourage the organization to realize that work and life must go on. This message can begin quietly and subtly–almost subliminally–then gradually become more evident, as demonstrated by the leaders themselves. The goal is to learn to cope with the loss, not to forget the lost.

Steve Dice is the former director of Parks and Conservation at Five Rivers MetroParks in Dayton, Ohio. He can be reached via e-mail at

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