We find ourselves in a new world with many of us being asked to work and lead very differently than we have in the past. Our routines have changed, and we must figure out new ways to be effective. The “day job” is consuming enough, then we introduce the additional pressures of reengaging with clients and taking care of employees—wherever they may be.
The lines that separated our personal lives from our work have also blurred more than ever, with additional concerns for health and family. And our “remote office” may now include a whole new cast of characters who want help with homework or a bit of attention while they practice social distancing.