- Staying productive at home by mastering your two modes: WorkMe and HomeMe
- Overcoming the crippling sense of isolation while WFH by recreating your favorite in-person experiences
- Staying connected to your team by recapturing the best parts of working in-office
Our motivation for this presentation and these resources is to help as many people as possible survive and thrive while working from home.
- Patrick’s Remote Work Setup
A collection of the slides from today’s presentation (including 35 new slides we weren’t able to get to).
The Almanac team has put together some of the best content we’ve read on working remotely, and I highly recommend checking out their guide.
Additional Related Resources:
A deep dive into Positive Alacrity
An eBook to help make Positive Alacrity a habit. Keep in mind this was written for an in-office environment; you’ll need to adapt some of the challenges to a remote workflow (which you now have the tools to do, after today’s presentation).
A detailed walkthrough of how to kick-start interactions with almost anyone, even (and especially) if you don’t know what to say.
A deep dive into skillful communication and meaningful interactions
A deep dive into using watercooler conversations to deliver great experiences
A pool of questions you can use to avoid small talk and drive the conversation deeper
A detailed guide to using unexpected thank you emails to stay connected
A walk through to set up your webcam for eye contact simulation
Unique ideas to use Slack as a tool for connection and collaboration, not just status updates.
A step-by-step guide to building proactivity into your workflow
An easy-to-use checklist to start your day proactively and transition from HomeMe to WorkMe.
Patrick & The OG Team