The work world is changing. With more and more companies working from home, teams need to be careful to avoid remote work burnout—something that’s easier said than done. Let’s take a look at how to navigate the wild west of the work world.
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As your business grows, you might realize that the same roles or departments that used to work no longer translate to your team or vision. Remember: growth = change. Sometimes, that means redefining your team structure—whether it’s creating new roles, shifting team focus or reallocating your resources.
Before we start, let’s put something out there: taking care of yourself is not selfish. That’s why we are huge proponents of unapologetically doing what’s best for you!
Sometimes, it’s easy to feel like you can “push through” a rough mental health day at work. But taking (and encouraging others to take) time off to prioritize mental wellbeing doesn’t just save you time and energy in the long run. There are a wealth of other benefits, too!
Meetings getting monotonous? Look on the bright side: it’s great that you’ve fallen into a groove with your team! That said, it doesn’t hurt to shake things up every now and then. Here are a few of our favorite tips for keeping team meetings fresh and fun.