If working from home isn’t working for you, it may be time to reimagine the routine.
I started working from home 10 years ago, and that transition forever changed how I look at work. These positions at large organizations have been big jobs with challenging goals, and in order to achieve those targets I had to reimagine how I approached work.
This article from the New York Times offers excellent tips and suggestions, and recognizes that it’s not enough just to work from home like you work in the office, you have to build a culture that supports remote work. This often means organizing your routines differently when you are being measured by productivity, not face time in the office. And scheduling time to connect with your colleagues socially and professionally is an important part of remaining engaged and a cohesive team. Challenge yourself to move beyond just adapting your work…and reimagine it.