Are you taking this time in your stride to increase your productivity by enjoying the personal space, and peace and quiet away from the office hubbub?
Or are you finding it a challenge to juggle personal commitments, persistent distractions or maybe overly excited children – seeing your motivation and productivity suffer as a result?
However you’ve taken to this Coronavirus-fuelled change in working habits, we’re all having to make adjustments to our individual ways of working as we adapt to these unprecedented new circumstances.
You’ve probably already put some steps in place to try and increase your productivity in your new working environment. Perhaps you’ve transformed the spare room into a cosy office space. Or made a point of checking in with a different member of your team every day?
As employee engagement experts, we know getting used to new ways of working can often come as a bit of a challenge. Especially when they’re thrusted on you so suddenly – without so much of a chance to step back and take it all in.
So if you’re looking for a little extra support and guidance on how to make your new remote ways of working work for you during the Coronavirus crisis, we’ve compiled a handy list of tips and tricks to help you stay on track, and increase your productivity and motivation.
1. Make a plan – and stick to it
You’ve probably heard this one before – it’s tossed around so often that it’s practically a buzz-phrase. But the value of a solid, well-thought-through plan can’t be underestimated – especially now we all have new distractions to contend with!
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