Home Working

Course Duration is 1 Day

From: £845.00 Plus VAT

Delivery Method

Face To Face Delivery  Virtual Delivery One To One Coaching Closed Group Course Public Course

Business Benefit

Many of the workforce today are being offered the opportunity to work from home. Understanding the implications of home working is essential to maximise the opportunity effective for all parties.

How to Book

If you are interested in booking this course, then please select an available date and then click book now to complete the booking. Can’t see a suitable date contact us on [email protected] and we can discuss specific date requirements.

Who Should Attend

Anyone who is considering or undertaking home working.

Learning Outcomes – by the end of this course you will be able to…

Understand the nature of home working
Know how manage the challenges of home working
Communication skills for home workers

Course Content

Working from home or remotely advantages and disadvantages – including the personal impact for the home-worker and their family, dealing with perceptions from office-based workers, busting myths about home-working.
Current trends in home working.
Making the adjustment to home working – explaining the benefits (not everyone likes to work from home or remotely)
Practical considerations: having the space to work, H+S issues, getting organised, planning, dealing with distractions from family and friends, feeling lonely, missing out on office communications, gossip or social activities, missing out on contact with key stakeholders
Communications for home-workers: making sure you keep in contact. Best practice for home-workers using e-mails, telephones, conference calls, social-media possibilities (benefits and risks).
Scheduling for home-workers: making sure that meetings and appointments can still be attended.
Time-management for home-workers: ensuring a home-work balance is maintained. This can be difficult as work can encroach on home-life much easier with a home-worker.
The psychology of ‘social distance’ within the work-place. The work of Tsedal Neeley, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Harvard Business School.
The use of OneDrive to share files to ensure no bandwidth issues

Embedding

These follow up coaching sessions help support your colleagues to embed their learning during their skills transfer period.  Applying new skills and changing behaviour takes effort and practice.  After attending a training course many colleagues will find they need support through this transition.  EQV can provide that support with follow up coaching sessions to help embed the learning.

Embedding coaching sessions can be delivered in 90 minute and half day durations.  The facilitator will work with the group to capture feedback about challenges and how to overcome them ensuring success going forward.

Having a formal embedding coaching session will not only increase the success of the skills transfer period but helps create a platform of motivation, inclusivity and commitment within the group.