Have you struggled to work from home? Have you had a hard time focusing and concentrating on your work lately? Do you find yourself always checking out in tasks that need to be completed though avoid doing them? Well, if you are new to “working from home,” want to learn “how to get in the zone” to perform your optimal, or just interested in learning new strategies this talk is for you. In this talk we will assess and identify challenges for employees when working from home, explore options to develop a plan for guidelines and coping skills, review ways to evaluate and measure your productivity.
Attendees Will Learn
-Assess and Identify work challenges for working at home
-Develop a plan for logistic set-up, coping, and guidelines
-Measure productivity for optimal work performance and adjust plan as necessary
About This Speaker
Arlene holds a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with a specialization in Holistic Studies from John F. Kennedy University, and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She holds an undergraduate degree in Business, Human Resources Management from San Jose State University. Previously, she worked in the hi-tech industry establishing leadership for various Silicon Valley companies: Software, Hardware, and Manufacturing where she held positions in Management and as a Consultant. Arlene has experience working as a Counselor in public and private schools as well as agency and community-based settings.
Education and Experience
- Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
- Previous experience in training in private and public corporations as a Consultant
- Human Resources Business Manager
- Employee, performance management, policy guidelines
- Enterprise Resource Planning Systems and HRIS implementations for HR/Finance/Payroll.