The transition from office life to virtual work is huge. It’s not just about the change in your physical work location. Shifting from a reality where you leave your home and see colleagues in-person every day to one where your entire life happens under one roof takes some getting used to.
We know because we’ve been there. Our team members at Don’t Panic Management have a diverse set of work experience, but all of us have commuted into a workplace at one point or another. So we’ve felt the bumps in the road that come along with getting used to virtual work.
Since we have a head start on those who changed to #WFHlife suddenly in 2020, we realized we have some knowledge to share. And because we know this has been a wild year that’s left us with little free time (let alone patience) to sift through a lengthy document, we’ve boiled it down to just the essentials in a short, easy-to-digest work from home toolkit.
Want to learn the best work from home tips from the pros who know remote work inside and out? Download the Don’t Panic! #WFH Toolkit.
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As an educator, Rachel's success has been strongly linked to facilitating the learning process by giving students strong roots and allowing them to have the “wings” to spread that information beyond the classroom walls. For this role, the roots begin with critical thinking, innovation, and efficiency to ensure DPM's clientele gets what they need to thrive.
Rachel is a highly energetic, positive, and creative individual with a strong work ethic. Through her professional development, she has strengthened her devotion to helping develop others in their craft while using her creativity and innovative thinking. Being a problem solver, Rachel always ensures efficiency and efficacy in any task to exceed expectations.
Work superpower: Efficiency and attention to detail.
Favorite cheese: Brie
Go-to karaoke song: Wannabe - Spice Girls
Beverage of choice: Tea! Hot or cold
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