September 9, 2020
Working remotely, while maintaining your organization's culture and supporting your staff to do their best, is a topic that is on the minds of many. One interesting twist is managing the remote introvert, here are 3 tips:
Distribute agenda and items to ponder or prepare ahead of time
Ask the introvert their opinion early in the meeting
For important topics, cameras on (phone at minimum); 55% of how we communicate is body language and 38% is tone of voice... so typed words alone lead to misinterpretation.
I'll be hitting the road this month - 'virtually' - to share information and strategies in upcoming workshops about similar topics. Please check the registration details for fees and/or membership requirements.
Join me today and tomorrow!
I can certainly appreciate the challenges facing many women right now. Working from home, closed and virtual school, family obligations with relatives and the "second shift" for working parents have many women scrambling to try to do it all with the loss of sleep, health, balance and sanity.
Working from home’s blessing can mean more time with family, but integrating this with full time work obligations can be a challenge, and feeling exhausted and torn is what I am hearing from many working parents as we head into an unknown fall season.
This afternoon: I'm excited to share strategies as part of a panel, "Work-Life Integration During COVID: The New Working Woman". This webinar will be offered by the Morris County Chamber of Commerce today (Wednesday, Sept. 9) from 1-2 p.m.; registration info is here.