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- 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
- Hi, I'm Melinda Emerson, Small Biz Lady, and I'm here to talk to you about how to work successfully from home. Now, in the era of the coronavirus, many of you are working from home for the first time, and some of you even with your kids. Now, what we're going to go through today is some of the tips and tricks you need to know so that you can get your work done and have a happy family environment. Now, what we're going to discuss in this course is first of all, how to set up your home office, how to set up a daily routine. We're also going to look at the top productivity tools to help you be successful with your work. We're going to talk about how to have a healthy lifestyle working from home, and I'm going to help you learn how to avoid burnout. If you're ready to get started, let's do it.
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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