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Remote Working Productivity

Remote Working Productivity

Before COVID19, several Work From Home (WFH) experiments were conducted to examine the impact of remote work on productivity and engagement - to find surprising increases in quantity and quality of work completed and job satisfaction levels. According to a survey conducted by Lingnan University, 80% of respondents would still prefer working from home (WFH) for at least one day a week even after COVID19 ends. In this workshop, discover how to stay productive while working from home through managing both time and energy.

Course length :

1.5 hours


Remote Working Productivity

Joy Pamnani

Joy Pamnani is Inspire2Aspire's Chief Innovation Officer and a Communication and Peak Performance trainer. Her communication experience spans across mediums including writing, speaking and visual communication, and she's an award-winning public speaker and writer.

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