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Remote Working Productivity

Remote Working Productivity

Before COVID19, several Work From Home (WFH) experiments were conducted to examine the impact of remote work on productivity and engagement - to find surprising increases in quantity and quality of work completed and job satisfaction levels. According to a survey conducted by Lingnan University, 80% of respondents would still prefer working from home (WFH) for at least one day a week even after COVID19 ends. In this workshop, discover how to stay productive while working from home through managing both time and energy.


1.5 hours


Remote Working Productivity

Joy Pamnani

Joy Pamnani is Inspire2Aspire's Chief Innovation Officer and a Communication and Peak Performance trainer. Her communication experience spans across mediums including writing, speaking and visual communication, and she's an award-winning public speaker and writer.

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