Keeping Team Morale and Motivation Up When Remote Working
09 Dec 2020 by Libby Mahoney
- Health & Wellbeing
As many of us are still working from home inline with the Government guidelines we thought we’d share Charity Digital News article on how to keep team morale and motivation up. In their article they explain that flexibility and communication are paramount to support people working from home for the first time, especially as this becomes a new normal for a lot of us.
People may now be working from home with family members doing the same or taking care of children which all presents new working challenges. Even the seasoned remote workers amongst us might benefit from a refresher. Spending a lot of consecutive days, weeks and more at home requires breaking up work into smaller manageable chunks and reviewing how we do things.
The article breaks this down into:
- The process of adjustment,
- A new angle,
- Say it right and
You can find out more by reading the full article here.
Source: Charity Digital News