Your Work-from-Home Toolkit
Date: Feb. 2, 2022
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
This workshop will assist you to maximize the benefits and minimize the pitfalls of working from home. In this interactive, virtual session, you will be provided with tools, tips and best practices to stay engaged, connected and productive while working from home.
Date: February 2, 2022
Time: 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
- Plan your work-at-home day. Set yourself up for success in a situation where you don’t have typical work structures in place.
- Put it all together: A template for your work-at-home planning routine.
- Kick-start your work-at-home day. Get the day started with a positive, productive state of mind.
- Self-manage yourself through the work-at-home day
- Apply BRAC (Basic Rest Activity Cycle) to work with your energy, not against it. Building recharge time into your day.
- Utilize strategies to help handle some of the unique interruptions and time-wasters that come with working from home.
- Apply strategies to help you “close” your work-at-home day so that you are able to detach and be present outside of work.
Presenter: Doug Heidebrecht
Doug is the principal of Sun Mountain Self Management.
Self-management learning (also known as workload management, results management, priority management and time management) has been his specialty for the last 21 years.
Working in Canada’s corporate market, Doug has facilitated countless workshops across Canada, the US, Italy, and Romania. He’s also appeared on BNN, and has been featured in the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, Your Workplace, On Board (the Toronto Board of Trade magazine) and various other publications.
After completing a Bachelor of Commerce degree from McMaster University, Doug developed an enthusiasm for bringing “what they don’t teach you in business school”, specifically self-management, to the corporate world. Helping people produce better results, feel less stressed and enjoy life more is what really motivates him. In his efforts to promote long-term learning implementation – real change – he has become an Adler Certified Professional coach.
Doug is big on balance. He enjoys lots of time with his family, playing the saxophone and taking as many ski vacations as possible.