Working remotely has pros and cons. While managers need specific skills to effectively supervise remote employees, employees need to understand how they can succeed in an virtual environment too.
Sometimes an organization hires employees knowing they will be offsite, at a home office, or in a space by themselves. Sometimes changes happen mid-stream, and employees, who were working in an office space, all of a sudden find themselves working alone from their kitchen tables. Sometimes this change happens gradually and maybe only partially.
However it comes about, if you are the employee, you need to know how to succeed in your work environment.
This session will provide some best practices in project planning, communication, and technology for employees to take advantage of a virtual work environment most effectively and efficiently, and set themselves, their managers, and their organizations up for success.