In: Workplace Skills
Working from Home
Remote work has been a trend long in the making, and indeed the COVID-19 pandemic forced many to work from home. The advantages for employees, companies and society are plentiful: save time commuting, cut greenhouse gas emissions, relieve traffic congestion, increase employee satisfaction, increase workforce diversity, save money on office space, and much more. But remote work also comes with its fair share of challenges – for leaders and employees alike. Learn how to structure your day, organize your communication, build trust and foster team spirit while working from home.
Full Catastrophe Living
Using the Wisdom of Your Body and Mind to Face Stress, Pain, and Illness
Bantam Dell, 1990
Producing Virtual Training, Meetings, and Webinars
Master the Technology to Engage Participants
Humans Evolved to Exercise
Unlike our ape cousins, humans require high levels of physical activity to be healthy
Scientific American, 2019
How to Thrive at Work…Wherever You Are
A Two-Year, 50-Million-Person Experiment in Changing How We Work
The office was never one size fits all. It was one size fits some, with the expectation that everybody else would squeeze in.
The New York Times, 2022
Business Insider UK, 2021
How to Accelerate Achievement and Create a Community in a Work-from-Home World
Work from Anywhere
The Essential Guide to Becoming a World-Class Hybrid Team
Corporate America is coming around to remote work. But more big changes lie ahead.
Flexible work is here to stay. But the shape it will take is up for debate in virtual board rooms around the world.
The Washington Post, 2022
Why the Future of Work Is Hybrid Work
The Future of Work podcast
Jacob Morgan, 2021