Staying Safe and Sane: Technology Tips to Securely and Efficiently Work from Home
Published by Kentucky Society of Association Executives
and Association Executives of North Carolina
In this new world of working remote, the acronym WFH has taken on a whole new meaning. Your dining room table that used to be your annual white tablecloth Thanksgiving gathering has become your new office. Between the dog chiming in during Zoom calls while social distancing, there are big questions that many are afraid to ask about how to use tech tools. This webinar addresses common challenges and gives you practical guidance you can use immediately.
- Learn how to work smarter, not harder and find the tools to use remote collaboration long term, not just during Covid-19
Get the most out of working from home with tips and tricks, and learn how to avoid the common traps of working remote. Find all the facts you wish someone had told you before you started your WFH adventure.
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