Remote Work Resource Center for Education Leaders

Remote Work Resource Center for Education Leaders

The percent and frequency of campus employees working remotely has increased significantly in recent years. As these remote working arrangement may be new to employees and campus constituents, we have compiled some of EAB’s top resources for addressing the challenges and alleviating the pain points common to remote work. This resource center is updated with additional tools as they become available.

Run meaningful virtual meetings

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Remote teams need to find ways to brainstorm, collaborate, and get up-to-date information with people across many locations. Use these resources for assistance structuring and hosting effective virtual meetings.

Want to ensure your meetings are always effective and never a waste of time? Use these proven strategies to make your meeting more structured, efficient, and useful.

Manage and support remote employees

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Remote work can be an isolating and frustrating experience, especially for new remote employees. Use these resources to encourage remote employees and provide them with the tools to be successful.

During this time, as several in-person conferences cancel or delay and staff are remote, it is more critical than ever to provide opportunities for flexible staff engagement and professional development. Through the COVID-19 crisis, EAB is making our new Professional Development Resource Center available to all educational institutions.

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Deploy effective communication methods

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Remote employees must spend a lot of time reading and responding to email and other media, undermining other productive work. Use these resources to write clearer emails, better manage your inbox, and leverage other communication tools.

The new reality of the ongoing coronavirus crisis is that leaders at all levels of your organization need to be engaged in communicating with your community. This article guides best practices as well as providing examples of what effective communication looks like.

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