Remote work can be fraught with treachery: the distractions, the lack of dedicated workspace, the tendency to work throughout all hours of the day and night, and more.
But remote work is also a pretty good gig, if you figure out the right formula. You can work from a beach, a mountain top, or your very own bed. You don’t have to get stuck in traffic, ever. And you have a lot more choice in what your day looks like than the typical office-dweller.
Here at Toggl, we’ve learned a lot of lessons about remote work, and we’ve learned them the hard way. Most remote workers experience a breakdown when they lack a proper remote work structure - one rooted in personal preference and habitual action.
In this workshop, we share an overview of one of our favorite topics - how to create a remote work structure around the experience you as an individual require to be successful, and in doing so, how to recognize the signs of remote work trouble and avoid them.
Most importantly, we ask questions about the specific remote work pitfalls you might be facing, to help you get the support you need from your schedule and your team.
This is a big topic, and it can’t be covered in just one webinar - but hopefully this is a first step in helping you transform your remote work day to maintain your sanity, health, and productivity.
Catch a live replay of the workshop below.
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About the Webinar Host
Liz Elfman is a content strategist and copywriter running the inbound component at Toggl. She has been working with startups like Toggl, General Assembly, and Mind the Product since 2011. Previously, she was a marketing manager for Google before founding her own copywriting agency.