3 key ingredients for successful remote work
The global coronavirus pandemic has forced a widespread shift to remote work. The impact on our families and careers has been significant. Around the world, parents struggle to find a quiet space to work, professionals battle with technology, and employers assess the safest way forward.
For all these reason and many more, we’re stressed! Many of us are burned out and disengaged.
We’re left with the question, is remote work a viable option? Can it be done successfully? Richard Walton and Heléne Smuts say yes—provided you have the right framework in place.
Walton is an member of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization and founder of Avirtual, a company that supplies virtual employees. Smuts is currently enrolled in EO’s Accelerator program and the founder of Credo Growth.