How To Work From Home
Working from home is great, isn’t it? All that flexibility and freedom. Then the reality sets in.
There can be huge benefits to working from home as it offers greater flexibility, less commuting time and the opportunity for better work/life balance.
There are also many challenges including time management, feelings of isolation and loneliness.
A higher chance of digital miscommunication could take place, making it difficult to build relationships.
Not to mention the familiar occurrence of the technology failing at crucial moments, which can lead to stress and anxiety.
Getting Work Done
Working from home is not just about getting work done, this is about you as a whole being.
This is a 90 minutes session that raises awareness around how to work from home so you can get things done while also looking after your physical health and emotional wellbeing.
We will look at what are the positives and challenges of this new way of working and invite delegates to find strategies and systems that work best for them, as individuals.
The session will be closely crafted around the needs of those attending
We Will Cover
- Physical Space
- Wellbeing (physical and mental health, connection with friends and colleagues)
- Boundaries (physical, technological, time)
- Managing children and people at home while still working
- Productivity, Accountability and Planning
- Fun and Joy (creating it under these challenging circumstances)
Creation of an individual plan of action identifying your personal take-outs, what you will practise and areas for development.
You will identify what will stop you putting the plan into practice and what support you will need going forward.
We will give out Impact Factory documents to support the course.
You'll get copies of relevant handouts to remind you of the coursework.
You'll have access to a course web page containing
- Handouts used during the course
- New support material
- Impact Factory PDF documents
- Recommended reading
- Links to our favourite videos
Working From Home Course