Finding balance at work can be hard and it’s even harder if you’re remote and away from your team. It’s easy to feel like you’re doing something wrong, but you’re not. There’s no set formula or set way to achieve this.
There’s no one-size-fits-all formula for remote work. Everyone has different ways of working. Different times at which they work. Different work locations. Different time zones. Even though the rise of remote work isn’t a new trend, many people are still figuring out how to work remotely through trial and error, doing their best to stay happy and productive.
What skills and characteristics do remote workers need? This video will give you the answers to questions like: How can you ensure you can get the most from each of your employees? What is the best way to manage a team of remote workers? What are the core competencies remote workers need to have?
Companies that embrace remote work define their culture and tools for remote workers in a way that makes sense for them. It’s a big topic and this video can help you get started. This video offers tips and best practices to work smarter, not harder. It also explains some of the negative side effects of working from home, and why these side effects can happen.
While effective remote work is dependent on the organization as a whole, there are some common skills that all remote workers need to do their job. With some consistent effort, you can overcome the challenges of remote work and create a healthy, happy, productive environment for yourself and for your team.
If you work remotely or have remote team members, these best practices for working remotely should become second nature to you.