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How to grow at work when you work from home

by | Sep 30, 2021 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

There are some amazing advantages when working remotely but these may not come as easily as it looks on the outside. 

If you’re struggling with imposter syndrome, if you’re constantly stressed or feeling guilty about managing your work-life balance, it will be hard for you to show up at your best. Emotions take up tremendous energy. It’s important you learn to deal with them, channel them, so you can take advantage of all the benefits of working from home and continue growing in your career. 

To share some best practices to make the most of working remotely, I interviewed my ex-boss, Patricia Manso. Patricia is the head of agriculture and metals analytics at S&P Global Platts. She lives in Switzerland, where she works from home and manages a team with people from 11 different nationalities living in seven different countries. She started working remotely years before the pandemic, including managing team members in far off countries. She was also my boss for several years when I lived in India. So I can testify first-hand of her skills at managing remotely. 

This is episode#3. You can watch Part 1 – A reality check and Part 2 – The biggest mistakes

In this last part, Patricia talks about:

-why hard work is not enough 

-how women need to be their own “brand ambassadors”

-the importance of consciously scheduling in networking 

-some tips to become a better leader and manager

Are you working from home and struggling to find your place? Do you feel emotions get in the way and are holding you back? 

Learning to use emotions can change your life for the better. That’s what I specialise in. I help ambitious women turn emotions into their strongest allies. 

Want to chat about it? You can book a discovery session (free). 

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