… working remotely or as part of a hybrid team
Shelagh delivers this course in person and by webinar
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Most assistants left their offices in early 2020 to work from home given the COVID-19 pandemic. For many, what was initially perceived as a short term arrangement remains in effect. As we wind down this most extraordinary year, new norms continue to form. Some EAs and PAs are back in office environments (or never left), yet may have colleagues and other stakeholders who work remotely.
Other assistants anticipate returning to office environments in the months ahead. Some look forward to hybrid career arrangements, working in office “bubbles” and at home. Yet others may work remotely on an ongoing basis. Practices that began as short term accommodations may become a way of life, and so this is a good opportunity to think about effectiveness.
As 2020 has reminded us, some things are beyond our control. You can, however, control your attitude and manage your professional relationships. Join Shelagh for this look at how you can positively impact your executive and employer, and add value through self management.
Key learning points
1. Controlling what you can, and resources that help you add value
2. Self management, whether in the office or working remotely
3. Relationship management