An introvert’s guide to working remotelyJanuary 19, 2021 4:42 pm
Are you a natural introvert? Richard Ettienne is a branding consultant and self-confessed introvert and these are his tips for thriving when working remotely.
● Listen to your body
Introverts can live in their head and neglect their bodies – so listen to your body’s needs.
- Practice name-calling
Say the name of the person speaking or thank the last one who spoke instead of saying sorry when you want to speak.
● The home is your oyster
Use the time you would normally be commuting to invest in your wellbeing at home.
● The pen is mightier than your thoughts
Let your words position you as a leader in your industry by publishing ‘think piece’ articles on LinkedIn and Medium to showcase your expertise. Share that with connections and welcome comments.
● Be seen and heard
Prolonged periods in isolation can make any of us introverted, so make a conscious effort to
be visible. This means intentionally making contact with colleagues and the wider work community, promoting your achievements, and sharing what your team is doing.
Are you more of an introvert or an extrovert at work? Follow us on LinkedIn for more content like this! Or browse the other content we have here. Or you can follow us on Twitter for updates everything JMC. @jmclegal
Jason Connolly set up JMC Legal Recruitment in 2016 when he was still in his 20s. JMC Legal quickly established itself as one of the big players in the industry and Jason has also become a well-known fixture in the press, offering advice and support.
This post was written by rubenwildeTags: extrovert, introvert, jmc, jmc legal, jmcpartners, start, start your own recruitment agency, start your own recruitment business, start-up, working, working from home, working remotely
Back to Blogs Page