When you tap into the joy and power of working in the zone like that—well, don’t fill up the rest of the day with video calls just because there’s space. Put your five focused hours in, and then get up from your desk. Because you’ve now earned the real reward of remote work: making time for your whole life.
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The point of this whole approach is to get some actual head-down, focused, productive work time. So on the days you’ve cleared of meetings, put your head down! It may take some practice to make the most of a four- or five-hour block of uninterrupted time, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll f...
The strategy of using office time as collaborative time works best if there is an organization-wide (or at least, department- or team-wide) commitment to keeping remote days meeting-free.
If you aren’t in a position to set that policy for your employer or team, set it for yourself: Close o...
Many employees across the globe are subjected to back-to-back meetings, without a chance to get a glass of water or a bio break. They endure those extra-exhausting meetings, thanks to the widely documented effects of meeting with our faces only, instead of our whole selves.
It’s not like w...
A recent survey had startling findings on the condition of remote work: Even relatively experienced remote employees shared the ways their work lives had gone downhill since the pandemic started. The reason is Online Meetings.
The pandemic-era remote work has led to a meeting explo...
In punctuated collaboration, we only get together (IRL or virtually) when it’s crucial to advancing our work—and we seize the chance to make significant progress on our solo work in between those meetings.
In the best-case version of hybrid work, you might go back to the of...
How can two or three days of in-person meetings substitute for five days a week of video calls? It works if we are really thoughtful and effective in how we run our meetings: sharing and sticking to agendas, inviting people only if their contribution is needed (and then ensuring they have...
Make your schedules as a team, so you’re in the office on the same days as the people you work with closely. If you work closely with people in other cities or countries, try to sync with their workdays, too—maybe the sales department on every continent can stick to the same Monday/Wednesday sche...
Yes, a 9-to-5 day of back-to-back meetings is really tiring, especially if it’s followed by after-work drinks with your colleagues. But now you’re only going to be exhausted by meetings two days a week, instead of five.
The main idea here is to have two days a week where everyone participat...
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