Humans are social creatures. We’re at our best when we can talk with like-minded people, bounce ideas, share our dreams, and just, well, hang out. And while there’s a convenience to being able to handle all of our daily life stuff without leaving the house, we definitely lose something in the mix. If you’re finding that staring at Microsoft Teams or Tweeting up a storm just isn’t cutting it anymore, it might be that you need to recharge your social, creative, and professional batteries with an in-person get together. Don’t believe us? Here’s why workplace collaboration is so great.
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Do you feel like you’re constantly on the go, trying to juggle work and life with no end in sight? While work-from-home life has solved some of the challenges of the typical working day, it has also made us lose our sense of connection and community. This is a common feeling in today’s always-on world, but luckily, there are options out there to help you find that elusive work-life balance. If you’re looking for a solution that combines the flexibility of remote working with the social and professional perks of office life, District Offices is here to show you how!
After a full day packed with virtual meetings, it’s not uncommon to feel like you’ve pulled an all-nighter. In fact, virtual meeting fatigue is a very real thing – as remote and hybrid workers know all too well. Virtual meetings make it hard to pick up on social cues, like turn-taking and sentiment. It also makes spontaneous collaboration difficult to achieve, as actions like muting and unmuting hinder the conversational flow. Add in the hyper-awareness that comes from seeing your own face staring back at you, and it’s no wonder we’re exhausted, even after a brief virtual meeting.
One of the biggest challenges for today’s freelancers is finding the right place to work. Working from home makes networking difficult, and coffee shop working is less than ideal, as it lacks privacy and proper office amenities. A flexible office space can be the solution to all your freelancer woes.
It’s hard to do your best work when you’re uninspired by your workspace. Whether it’s a full-time position or you’re splitting your time between home and the office, finding that ideal environment for chasing those audacious goals is vital. Here’s how to find an office that will inspire you to reach new heights.
2022 is done and dusted, with 2023 strutting in to take its place. Now’s the time to shake off those cobwebs and put your best foot forward with intention (and rhythm.) Here’s how to start off the year with the right moves.
Whether you’re a CEO or an entrepreneur, life can get lonely at the top. But guidance from an expert business coach can help you get the external input and impartial eyes you need to take your career – and your organization – to the next level. Here’s what to know about hiring a business coach.
It may be hard to believe, but we’re well into the pointy end of the year -soon enough, we’ll be flipping those calendars over to 2023. If you want to put your best foot forward this coming new year, take some time during these last few weeks of December to wrap up those to-do lists and reviews. Make sure you know what you plan to achieve in 2023. Here’s where to begin.