With COVID-19 pandemic forcing teams who are used to "line of sight" and meeting room based communication styles to work remotely, how do we change our workflows/communication to better facilitate this new reality? It has to be done quickly and should use methods that will help us in the post pandemic environment as well.
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I do video work. Most of my clients have been gained via word-of-mouth. While the experiences are positive, they are low-paying and I am doing all of the work. I want to get higher-paying clients that pay to cover a full film crew and allows me to purchase new equipment as needed. I just don't know where to go about finding them.
The coronavirus takes away my ability to perform in person activities with my clientele. This is the basis of my business.
Looking for ideas on how to help those now without income due to the Coronavirus shutdown. Rent is due for many who now struggle to put food on the table. All ideas welcome.
During the COVID-19 outbreak, social distancing is the norm. It is imperitive for my business that I remain connected in real time with my business partners and clients. Some use the same technology, other use different technology platforms or none at all.
There is so much uncertainty surrounding COVID 19. We don't know if we will be officially quarantined, if businesses will be shut down, if supply chains will stop or if or when there will be a vaccine. So the question is whether we should Plan for the worst.
As the world comes to a halt companies have to change their business models fast or view the revenues free fall.
As someone who before the advent of Covid19 went into the office everyday, it's a challenge now that I'm working from home to avoid everyday distractions such as cute puppies in need of attention.
Many families have two working parents and young kids at home with no daycare. It definitely puts a strain on work and relationships at home. Any ideas for how to manage scheduling between parents and keeping the young kids occupied?