After several months of working from home, have you come to realise that working remotely greatly improves your work performance and quality of life? Perhaps fewer distractions allow you to focus better on your tasks and less time commuting means more time for family or hobbies.
The COVID-19 crisis presents a good opportunity to explore your strengths, skills, passion and goals – and in turn, revisit your career journey. Where did you come from, where are you now, and where should you head to next?
Whether you’re a workaholic who can’t shut off, a daydreamer who can’t get switched on or perhaps you’re struggling to cope with isolation, our e-guide provides the advice you need to make a success of working from home.
Many professionals have seen their careers upended by the COVID-19 situation, and are re-questioning their own career profiles. While establishing a clear understanding of yourself can be a tricky existential question, determining it remains crucial as a basis for any future personal or career plan.
The coronavirus outbreak has resulted in individuals across countries remaining in and working from their homes – this is a good opportunity to not only re-evaluate your current career direction, but also implement concrete actions to upskill yourself.