If this year has taught us anything it’s that being to react well to inevitability of change is a must-have trait. In venture investor Natalie Fratto’s TED Talk on adaptability, she focused on how we can work on a becoming more adaptable in the workplace.
John Donohue worked as an editor at the New Yorker for more than twenty years, however his job became redundant and five years ago he lost his job. What helped keep him sane as he transitioned into being a stay-at-home dad? He started doodling.
Many companies (including our own) have been forced to adapt to WFH this year. Many of us enjoy working from home now and flexibility it offers. Why haven’t companies pushed WFH before? Well, they have. And it hasn’t always gone well.
Are starting to dream of your office chair, you know the one with the nice lumbar support? Working from home and in a makeshift office spaces can take a toll on your body. So, what can you do to not get sore?
Working from home makes it hard to tell the difference between you time and work time. It’s easy for the two to overlap. Multi-tasking all your responsibilities can make it feel like you are stuck in a never-ending grind. What can you do to stop or prevent burnout?
With everyone working from home, meeting on Zoom, Skype, Facetime, and other Video Conferencing systems have become the norm. For most of us, using technology like this is new to us. So, what are some tips and tricks to get the most out of your calls?