Create and promote a healthy work culture and environment in which your remote team and you can be more productive, reach your company goals and thrive.
The Remote Work Academy offers you a comprehensive collection of resources that are focused on helping you thrive in a remote work environment. We provide you helpful articles, videos and thought-leadership content that cover topics such as communication, productivity, feedback culture, and mental well-being.
In today's world, remote work has become increasingly popular due to its many benefits. With remote work, employees have the flexibility to work from any location, at any time, which can result in increased productivity and reduced costs for companies. However, remote work also comes with its own unique challenges, and one of the biggest challenges is communication.
In a remote work setup, productivity can be both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, remote workers have the flexibility to work from any location, which can help them be more productive and focused. On the other hand, remote work can also come with distractions and challenges that can negatively impact productivity.
Feedback is essential for any remote team to succeed. In a remote work setup, where face-to-face interaction may be limited, feedback culture becomes even more critical. Establishing a feedback culture that encourages open communication, constructive criticism, and ongoing feedback can help remote teams stay connected, motivated, and productive.
Remote work can offer many benefits, such as increased flexibility and autonomy, but it can also come with its own set of unique challenges, including those related to mental well-being. In a remote work setup, employees may experience feelings of isolation, disconnection, and burnout due to the lack of social interaction and blurred lines between work and personal life. To support mental well-being, remote teams must prioritize work-life balance and create a supportive and inclusive work culture.
"While working remotely consistency is important. Consistency in doing what makes you recharge and feel good. Whether it’s sports, being with your loved ones, other hobbies or just recharging while sleeping. Block time for these things to happen on a regular basis."
VP Marketing & Communication, WorkMotion
“A lot of people think that focusing means to say “yes” to certain things but in reality it also means to say “no” to a lot of other things that are thrown your way. As well as we have to prioritise it’s equally or even more important to de-prioritise. Deprioritise what is defocusing you from your OKR projects."
VP Product, WorkMotion
“It doesn’t matter where the person sits. What matters is who you want working in your company, regardless of location.”
VP People, WorkMotion
“Don’t forget: we are just at the beginning of a massive cultural shift in the way of how we work. This shift might be as big as for example the industrial revolution when people moved from the fields into the factory. Be open to this new kind of work. We are all learning together and we all thrive to make things better in a remote work environment.”
CEO & Co-Founder, WorkMotion