Taking time off to rest from busy work requires preparation if we wish to make the most of it without interruptions or worry. Planning ahead, communicating our intent with stakeholders and using simple, intelligent digital solutions may help make our time away peaceful and joyful.
The Digital Workplace has many definitions, but I like the one suggested by Jean-Michel Lambert because it is simple: “The digital workplace is a working environment, like your physical office or meeting room, but in a digital dimension.” Check out my notes from the Digital Workplace 2020 event.
Having a central bucket for incoming messages helps to manage how we communicate.
Here is how I apply positive psychology to minimise the impact of social isolation when working from home.
In October I had the pleasure to listen to Dr Margaret Heffernan’s Bristol Media talk on the difficulties of modern leadership – leadership in times of uncertainty.