How are you supposed to create a space of innovation when you’re working from home with so many distractions? There’s no easy answer to this.
Posts Tagged: working from home
While you are at home trying to work, there are two character traits that will make it a little more bearable: being adaptable, and being available.
Now, more than ever, government leaders and essential personnel need to find a way to relieve stress when work follows you everywhere you go.
This is my second week working from home due to COVID-19. I would like to discuss four challenges I have faced and how I have faced them head-on.
It’s more important than ever to make sure presentations are accessible—allowing all participants, particularly people with disabilities, to effectively engage with the content being delivered. For that reason, I’m equipping you with seven steps and resources to help you create accessible presentations.
How do you adjust your mindset to be focused and productive when you’re working from home?
Working from home is a major benefit, but if you don’t have the right set up, it can be a major pain.
How to make working at home work for you.
I’ve worked in a variety of environments including full-time office, periodic telework, and now, full-time virtual. I get asked a lot of questions about virtual work. Here are my responses to the top three: 1-Wait…you work from home? (Or, what kind of work did you say you do again?) I’ve transitioned from working in anRead… Read more »