While some enjoy working from home and can get a lot accomplished, others find it a challenge.
Finding the right workspace, juggling kids, handling distractions, dealing with guilt, keeping focused on your priorities. Due to the pandemic, many organisations are forced to move to a largely remote working model.
So how can you work from home effectively? What can you do to deal with distractions? How can you keep your eye on the Big 3 and possibly even get more done than normal?
Join productivity expert, David Longstaff from his home, as he provides helpful hints and tips to get the best from this new situation.
Identify challenges to working from
Adjust the workspace
Create daily habits
Balance working with children
Handling the guilt, knowing when to stop
Focus on priorities
Delivered By: David Longstaff (www.linkedin.com/in/dslongstaff)
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