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Little Mountain

Connecting to the Office From Home

Now more than ever, people are working remotely.

If your company or organization has team members working from different places, you know that this brings all kinds of technical, relational, and efficiency challenges to work through.

During this season, we’ve been learning along with the rest of you and have been reading and learning from others who’ve been doing it longer than we have. Since we’ve spent time finding these resources, we wanted to share a list of our favorites with you to save you time!

All groups are different, so we know that some ideas will fit you better than others. Our hope is that you’ll find ideas here that will help your team stay better connected and work more efficiently when they aren’t together. We’ll continue to update this list as we find more resources, so bookmark it and check it often if needed.


How to Stay Connected With Your Colleagues Remotely While Working From Home

“Working from home is now a requirement for many. We have tips on how to stay connected and productive.”

How to Build Strong and Meaningful Relationships With a Remote Team: 6 Tips

It doesn’t matter if you’re just transitioning to remote work, a seasoned pro, or working from home partially, there’s one thing all remote workers have to do: build meaningful connections with their remote team members. Because even though you’re an office of one, you’re still a part of a team. And being part of a team means you and your team need to work together to get results.

9 Smart Apps to Stay Connected with Your Team and Coworkers

According to a survey, 84% of respondents said they use instant messaging platforms to interact with coworkers. If you don’t communicate, how do you resolve problems and achieve your goals? In this article, you’ll find 9 smart platforms to stay in touch with your team, no matter where they are.

Enabling Productive Remote Work: Expert Tips For Staying Connected And Engaged

In this era of “social distancing” how can we create the conditions to make productive remote work possible? Below, we share six of our top tips, gathered from reviews of the academic literature and interviews with leaders of remote and virtual teams.

How to Set Up a Home Office You Love: 12 Tips

There are a lot of advantages to working from home, not the least of which is a 30-second commute. And while many people think working from home means you can work on the couch, in the backyard, or even from your bed, in the end, you may find that you’re most productive at home when you work at a “proper” workstation.

We are hoping that there are a few gems that you can utilize to help through this transitional time.  We’d love to hear from you!  Have you found anything else that has worked or been helpful to you during this time?  Leave us a comment below and tell us your tips and tricks!  

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