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Keep Those Lines of Communication Open

Adjusting to working from home

Digital Communication, photo courtesy Bongkarn Thanyakij
“Digital Communication”, photo courtesy Bongkarn Thanyakij

If you’re new to the work-from-home routine you may be wondering how to handle communication when the other half of your conversation is not present.

Allow me to outline an approach that will help you to get off to a good start. I’ll consider this from two perspectives: the manager and the individual contributor.

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