Learning to love working from home (post-lockdown)

Now that the lockdown is easing, it is easier to adapt to some time-honoured practices for working at home successfully, including changing your scene occasionally.  Many coffee shops are offering a government subsidy Monday-Wednesday each week, so why not  pop along and change your scene for a bit, stick your headphones in and study with a coffee for a stint to reset your concentration?  If you want a change of scene for free, you could pop along to the Library!

There are whole LinkedIn Learning courses on working from home that has become relevant again now that lockdown is lifting.  If you can find the time to have a little look, it makes for fascinating learning, and you can upload the certificate of completion to your LinkedIn profile!

Here’s a useful excerpt from one of them.

The value of working remotely from Remote Work Foundations by Mike Gutman

Assistant Librarian (Promotions) at the University Library. An enthusiastic advocate of libraries, diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice for all, inside and outside the workplace.

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