Home alone: Coping with the social isolation that comes from working from home (WFH)
Let us guide you through the process of coping with loneliness and how you can continue to contribute as a value-adding team member while sitting behind a screen.
8 April 2020
10 – 11am (GMT+8)
Amidst the widespread COVID-19 outbreak, companies are adopting work-from-home (WFH) policies as part of precautionary, social distancing measures. As a result, meetings have shifted online, which raises questions as to how employees can continue to function effectively when working in isolation.
Humans are social creatures and as such, face-to-face interactions will always have a greater impact as compared to a virtual interaction. However, in the backdrop of the current climate, virtual interaction is no longer a choice but a social responsibility and necessity. Let us guide you through the process of coping with loneliness and how you can continue to contribute as a value-adding team member while sitting behind a screen.
This 60-minute webinar focuses on amplifying the success and social factor in your performance, while ensuring you remain connected when you are WFH.
Productivity vs output - Has WFH increased or reduced your productivity?
How can you continue to motivate teams while WFH?
Ways to replace the human touch in a remote working environment.
After attending this webinar, you can expect to:
Find the “calm” in you
How to not fall into the trap of worrying and feeling lonely when you are isolated from teammates.
Effectively take control of your life in a way that works best for YOU
Learn tips and tricks that will help compartmentalise your life in a way that balances work, play and rest, all while at home.
Strengthen co-working relationships
Build long-distance relationships with your colleagues based on the foundation of trust when working remotely.
Jacob Jacob, CHRO, Columbia Asia Healthcare