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Micro Talk: Distractions versus Productivity

Managing Your Time Working from Home

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Language:  English
Managing your time while working from home can be a challenge. Although not having the interruptions of the office can increase our productivity, distractions can reduce this.
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Managing your time while working from home can be a challenge. Although not having the interruptions of the office can increase your productivity, distractions that being at home bring can reduce this. 

Managing your time when working from home needs to be a planned to be successful and ensure that you have a good work/life balance.

Your effective time management strategy should start with making sure you have a comfortable working space that can be packed away at the end of the working day. Following on from that a robust workplan, a sensible to-do list that includes the household stuff is the backbone to managing your time well.
Managing your time well whilst working at home requires much more discipline and planning to be able to achieve the results you want and need.

About the Author

Sandy Leong is Director and Head of Training at MyTrainingResources, delivering training on personal development, management development, public speaking and training other trainers, across the UK and abroad. She initially trained as a teacher but left teaching to work in a variety of Training and Development roles, before setting up her own training company over 25 years ago.
Sandy is a published author, writing both books and training materials; and a professional speaker lecturing on many of the large cruise lines and also on land. She is Chair of the Board of Trustees for a large Charity in the town in which she lives.

About the Author

Sandy Leong

Sandy Leong set up her training business, Sahara Consultancy UK Ltd, - now rebranded as MyTrainingResources, over 25 years ago. She started it at her kitchen table in response to the problems of childcare and the need to be more flexible in her working life, and also having a passion to achieve something of which she could be proud. She is a trained teacher and holds the Certificate in Training & Development.

Sandy is a sought after speaker delivering talks that both entertain and inform. Working both on land and at sea lecturing to many diverse groups from Historical Societies and U3A’s to audiences on board cruise ships.

She is a well-respected trainer delivering management development and personal development training programmes across the UK and internationally, known for her practical and results focussed style.

She is passionate about helping and empowering people, especially women, to develop the confidence to reach their goals.

Locally she is Chair of the Board of Trustees of a large charity, a member of Charnwood Museum Committee and a Past President of a Speakers Club within the umbrella of the National Association of Speaker’s Clubs, holding the Advanced Speakers Award.