If interruptions are unavoidable, let your coworkers know. Discover how communication is key in this segment.
- If you work at home with your children, … invariably, there're going to be interruptions. … If you know you're about to get on a video call … or even a phone conference call … with your coworkers or colleague, … or even a customer, warn them in advance … that there may be an interruption. … People are going to be a lot more forgiving … if they know a potential interruption can happen, … versus if they're surprised by it. … You know, this is an unprecedented situation. … People are working from home and homeschooling. … Everyone will understand, … but you just have to communicate, … so that people don't get caught off guard or embarrassed … in the middle of a presentation. … Be thoughtful to your colleagues, … and your colleagues will be empathetic to you, trust me. … …
This course was created by genconnectU. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.
- Setting up a great workspace
- Keeping a routine
- Using video chat
- Scheduling breaks
- Professional video conferencing
- Communicating with etiquette and care
- Staying focused
- Setting boundaries
- Working from home with kids
- Working from home as a manager
Skill Level Beginner
Time Management: Working from Homewith Dave Crenshaw1h 25m Intermediate
Establishing Work from Home Policieswith Mike Gutman28m 3s Intermediate
1. What You Need
Getting the proper equipment2m 45s
2. Starting Your Day and Scheduling
3. Professionalism, Etiquette, and Communication Online
4. Healthy Practices for Staying Focused
5. Working from Home with Kids
6. Working-from-Home Tips for Managers
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