The #COVID19 pandemic has cancelled most of everyone’s plans for 2020 and is teaching us some important lessons as we speak. Many teams are forced to transition to WFH/remote work with little to no notice.
Even if you’ve been working remotely for a while, you know this is not normal #remotework: it is stressful, sudden and restrictive. You’re not working from home, you’re at home during a global crisis trying to work. Everyone is struggling to stay productive, and the whole context is draining for everyone, especially for entrepreneurs trying to keep things afloat in these uncertain times.
How can we help?
At Livit we have been building remote ready teams and working remotely ourselves for the past 5+ years, some of us for as long as 10 years.
Along the way, we’ve learned a lot about what works and what doesn’t in a distributed or remote team, and we’d love to share.
- had to transition your team to a remote/WFH setup over the last weeks, and you’re struggling with it
- want to figure out the best tools to streamline remote work and team collaboration (from task management and time tracking to team happiness and beyond)
- beyond the COVID19 panic, want to generally learn more about how to build a distributed, ‘anti-fragile’ team that thrives in a variety of circumstances
We are offering free 30-45 minute consultations to share what we know and brainstorm on the best ways to go forth for your team. Personalized support in this transition, and accessing knowledge compounded over the years, is probably one of the most impactful things you can do these weeks for your team.
The future of work is more than just about where you work from, it’s about how you build and structure your team, who you hire and what systems you put in place to ensure both productivity and balance. It might not seem like it, but some of the shifts you’re going through right now, if done right, might turn into some of the best adjustments you’ve implemented in a while.
We will get through this, together and get out on the other side stronger.
Send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to chat.