Accept multitaskingMaybe all parts

Accept multitasking

Maybe all parts of the meeting or presentation are not important to you. So how do you use your time when you are not focussing? 

Multitasking and doing something more productive could be the solution. For example, you can be present in the meeting but focus on something more relevant. And once there is an important context, you can give your complete attention. 

Companies can also practice this outside the remote culture. People who aren’t a part of the core team should be allowed to work on their laptops during the meeting and participate actively only when required. 

Companies heading back to the office would benefit from continuing to trust their employees like they do when everyone’s remote. 

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