Creativity at home ...
Elon Musk known for clear messages, not always uncontroversial.
Special situations demand different approaches and there are a lot of good examples in the meantime, especially from artists and musicians. And all the nice digital technology is helping them lot here.
See Missing concerts amid coronavirus? Check out these artists sharing live music for free online for example https://www.syracuse.com/entertainment/2020/03/missing-concerts-amid-coronavirus-check-out-these-artists-sharing-live-music-for-free-online.html
Another example is Simon Sinek offering a shared reading with fans of his Start With Why book under the #bookclubwithsimon and a live discussion on Youtube starting 03-Apr-20 https://www.youtube.com/user/SimonSinek.
There are many more ideas, you just have to find it 😉.
With more and more people working from home and the prospect that it could take even much longer, some ground rules are helpful especially for the Newbies. Besides applying the guidelines, a regular control could be helpful, e.g. by your family, friends and colleagues maybe?
- Worried about working from home? Strategies to help you get stuff done https://learningfundamentals.com.au/worried-about-working-from-home-strategies-to-help-you-get-stuff-done/
- How to Work From Home (During a Difficult Time) https://alifeofproductivity.com/how-to-work-from-home-coronavirus/
- The world is in crisis. Keep Calm, Stay Wise & Be Kind. https://www.actionforhappiness.org/media/863032/coping_calendar.jpg
Another approach is to Copy and Transfer ways of working or behaviour that has proven itself. The Management 3.0 Practices https://management30.com/practice/ are very well designed and useful for remote/virtual teams. Exactly, what all the home office workers and their supervisors are facing in the moment. We will be doing an Intro in the Practices tomorrow during our bi-weekly break session, see my video at https://youtu.be/04qfdlz6lQo.
I'm officially disabled, but I'm truly enabled because of my lack of limbs. My unique challenges have opened up unique opportunities to reach so many in need. -- Nick Vujicic, Australian - Clergyman Born: December 4, 1982, the new podcast channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCchPXJ45rWh5BMXbrWmaMTA