Surviving Remote Work: Unprecedented Times Call for Unprecedented Measures
Remote Business Expert Sharon Koifman Shows Us How to Stop Surviving and Start Thriving in His Book – Surviving Remote Work
Surviving Remote Work is a brainchild of Sharon Koifman, a visionary and expert in building and leading remote businesses. Launching this November, the timing of the book release couldn’t be better. Amidst the Pandemic, it’ll be hugely appreciated by companies and employees alike. To help the readers thrive in this new environment, the author brings in his twenty years of experience running companies remotely.
Not your ordinary self-help book
Now, think of this as a practical manual of tried-and-tested tools and techniques that will help you with remote work. Koifman’s goal is to help everyone avoid those costly mistakes he may have made when he started working from home. Managers and leaders will learn realistic ways to tackle roadblocks when switching to remote work or starting afresh. In the process, Koifman will guide you on how to improve efficiencies in a positive working environment. You will receive all the expert advice you need to work from home while juggling all of life’s distractions productively.
Positive work-life balance
On the other hand, Sharon Koifman also emphasizes the role of company culture in connecting people and boosting employees’ morale. Whether they’re introverts or extroverts, you can create perfect harmony within your team members. Sharon delves into why it is essential to build a positive culture for a remote team. He believes that working from home is more productive than working in an office setting. After all, he wrote his book while being a stay-at-home dad.
So he understands the struggles many parents face. He shares tips on how to get your work done with your children and significant in tow while having fun with it.
Surviving Remote Work takes on a complex topic in a fun and casual manner that’s rare in management or self-help books. Would you like to pre-order the book that so incredibly refreshing and easy to read? Surviving Remote Work is available on Amazon.