Work From Home Confidently and Competently for Business Continuity
If you have rarely or never worked from home, the first weeks can be disorienting and frustrating. Even if you've worked from home regularly, the social isolation can be worse than the lack of immediate access to teammates, managers, stakeholders, and technical support. Whether your job was technology intensive or not, suddenly having to deal with a balky printer, overloaded Internet connection, or novel app or software adds to your stress. In this webinar Rebecca Staton-Reinstein '62 will explore these areas, based on what she has learned working from home for over a decade and building on the experience of tens of thousands of people worldwide.
As a result of this session, individuals, teams, and managers will be able to:
- Manage an efficient home office; avoid pitfalls; maximize benefits
- Maintain the difficult separation of work and family life
- Counter isolation
- Manage a team working from home, including planning, reviewing progress, and evaluating performance
- Plan to incorporate best approaches when you return to the new normal.
Rebecca Staton-Reinstein '62
Advantage Leadership, Inc.
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