Knowing how to use breaks productively and anticipate distractions will enhance your ability to work successfully from home.
Both communication and collaboration are a top priorities for the office, and even more important when working remotely.
In this unprecedented time, when life as we knew it has completely shifted, coping with quarantine is a critical life skill.
Working from home can be a great alternative to the office setting, as long as you have a strategy and implement a plan.
In anticipation of Shelter-in-Place orders lifting soon, plans to slowly reopen businesses are underway. Consequently, an important part of this is disinfecting your work facility.
It is important to adequately prepare before a meeting as well as follow these guidelines / tips for online meetings.
Knowing how to use breaks productively as well as anticipate distractions will enhance your ability to work successfully from home.
With the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we must use preventive measures, proactively, in order to avoid the illness.
In the ever-expanding world of technology, meeting remotely has never been easier. In order to conduct effective online meetings, here are a few preparation tips for online meetings and webinars.