GEDS founder Gulay Ozkan shares her 10 key strategies to help ease the transition to remote work for your business.
It was the summer of 2014. I was camping in a desert on a different continent for 10 days and had limited supplies. Since I traveled from Istanbul, I wasn’t able to bring as many as the locals. During those 10 days, when I had to take a shower using my limited drinking water and live with the few things I had, I realized how much I waste water and use many unnecessary things in my city life. After that experience in 2014, I came home and disposed of 70% of my belongings. Since then, I’ve learnt to live with much less than I used to.
Since the Covid-19 outbreak, many international flights have been canceled and companies have asked their employees to work remotely. For a lot of people, working away from their colleagues and office spaces can feel quite awkward, and may cause stress and worry. But you’ll soon see — teams can achieve just as much working from a distance.
Over the last 20 years of my career, I’ve experienced a lot of success with remote working. Here at GEDS, we have managed multiple large-scale international projects from a distance, recruited team members from different countries and have maintained our processes successfully.
In light of the recent health crisis, I wanted to share my top 10 tips for people and businesses that are remote working.
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