Remote work can be beneficial to employees and organizations alike, resulting in increased levels of morale and productivity — but it isn’t a walk in the park. At times, working remotely can be difficult, stressful and lonely.
For people to function optimally, they need and deserve time to unwind and recharge. To be able to enter flow, they need to recognize their individuality and discover their personalized rhythm, with supportive employers committed to healthy work practices.
As we enter a new decade, we are living in a unique time in history — a time when technological wonders evolve and improve on an almost daily basis. Do you feel ready to tackle the management and training issues associated with technological advancement?
Overwhelm is the scourge of our times. Most people report feeling overwhelmed by the proliferation of technology, over-work and the general culture of busy. The good news is that you can detox tweaking your habits of thought and behavior.
Running an organization built on the foundational belief that work and life should be synonymous is no easy feat. Yet, when we look at why prioritizing work and life is necessary, it is clear to most of us that it matters.