In this white paper, we intend to provide expert advice on how to set yourself up for success while working remotely. We translate aspects of work that are important in any office work environment – like work attire, office set-up, time management practices, maintaining work relationships and work/life balance – to your new home workplace. Our goal is to help you restore your creativity and productivity by rethinking what “working from home” looks like for you. We provide numerous tips and techniques that you can implement and share with your coworkers!
If you have been thrust into working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, you may be wondering how best to adapt to your new work environment. For many, the idea of working from home conjures an image of curling up on the sofa in your pajamas with a cup of coffee, television on, cat to the left and dog to your right, while switching out loads of laundry between conference calls and projects. There may be a few kids running around in the background. While this might work for a day or two, it is likely that your creativity, innovation, and productivity will not be as sharp as they normally are in the office.