While working from home can be very comfortable, it can also easily warp our ability to be or feel productive. Being productive fills us with a feeling of accomplishment and being in control.
Get on the same page
Make sure to have a daily touchpoint for tasks, expectations and projects.
Timeboxing a la Pomodoro
Having heads-down, distraction-free, concentrated work time allows us to flourish.
School’s out, daycares are closed and guess what — working from home with a toddler or child is tough.
Implement structure in your day with tools that give you flexibility in how you communicate.
Set measurable goals
Empower others with clearly marked out goals, and make them achievable.