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Engagement Multiplier is offering employees support to ensure the team stays engaged, healthy, focused and productive while working from home. In addition to financial support for furniture to make their at-home environment comfortable, founder Stefan Wissenbach also encourages employees to adopt healthy habits and guard against working too much.

Engagement Multiplier is offering employees support to ensure the team stays engaged, healthy, focused and productive while working from home. In addition to financial support for furniture to make their at-home environment comfortable, founder Stefan Wissenbach also encourages employees to adopt healthy habits and guard against working too much.

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  1. 1. WORKING FROM HOME & WINNING GUIDELINES & SUPPORT PACKAGE 2020
  2. 2. A unique package to support you in creating a productive, comfortable working environment while working from home.
  3. 3. TEAM EM - WORKING FROM HOME & WINNING • Tip and guidelines • Support Package • Q&A
  4. 4. TI TIPS AND GUIDELINES
  5. 5. Set yourself up for success each day People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing - that's why we recommend it daily" - Zig Ziglar
  6. 6. Be a bullet journal master! "It will not only help you get more organized but will also help you become a better person." If you need a refresher on how to get the best our of your Bullet Journal, watch this video.
  7. 7. • 3 things you’re grateful for right now • 3 things you need to do today • 3 wins from today Do your 3x3x3
  8. 8. Take a break! "Almost everything will work again if you unplug it – including you!" - Anne Lammott
  9. 9. Work to your usual working hours Start at your usual time, finish at your usual time – and take a lunch hour! If you've got a home office, step away, shut the door and don't be tempted to sneak back in. If you don't, put your laptop in a drawer – out of sight, out of mind!
  10. 10. 55-minute sprints – take breaks and move! A physical break to get your body moving can reduce the negative effects of sitting for long periods of time at a desk or laptop. Short, regular breaks also help prevent ‘decision-fatigue’ basically meaning you are better and quicker at making decisions when you have taken a break from your work – you're more productive. • Put on some happy music and do a funny dance – think Phoebe running style (Friends fans will know what we mean!). • Open a door or window and take some deep breaths. Pick a flower, water your bonsai or talk to it – whichever you prefer . • Make a cup of tea/coffee! Sit back for 5 and enjoy it! • Grab a snack. Blueberries and nuts could help increase your focus! Dark chocolate too.  • Top up a water bottle. Add ice and/or some slices of fruit. • 5 minutes of mindfulness – try Headspace!
  11. 11. Let’s see eye-to-eye! "Work pals who Zoom together, stay together"
  12. 12. Choose Zoom as your first choice to communicate with colleagues! “One simple glance can convey to your recipient that you are . . . Present – Interested - Paying attention - Being respectful- Listening – Confident – Engaged – Caring – Dedicated – Appreciative – Empathetic – Focused – Supportive – Trustworthy – Acknowledging – Excited This list barely scratches the surface; however, it opens the conversation about how vital your eye contact is for making positive first impressions.” ― Susan C. Young, The Art of Body Language: 8 Ways to Optimize Non-Verbal Communication for Positive Impact
  13. 13. Great tips to bear in mind Make Eye Contact Look at the webcam not your screen. This will create the impression that you are engaged and paying close attention which will build greater rapport. Start the Call Early Jump on early and turn videoon before other participants arrive so you can see what you, and your background, look like. Avoid Backlighting Lights behind you turn you intoa dark silhouette. Unless you want to come across like Darth Vader, make sure there are nowindows or lamps directly behind you. Mirror Your Buyer This is something you can't do without your webcam on. Mirroring some of their subtle actions is proven to build a stronger bond. Check Your Connection Video generally puts a greater strain on Internet connectivity. If you have a weak Internet connection, the call will be "laggy" and generally a poor experience. What’sthat behind you? Clear your background. Make sure there's nothing embarrassing or distracting that will appear in the video. Set Expectationsfor Video In the calendar invite for the meeting, include a note that thiswill be a videocall so your customer is prepared. This allows them to follow some of these same tips on their side and increasesthe chancesthey will alsoturn their webcam on. The last thing you want is to have your video on, while there's is off. Webcam Placement Bring your Webcam to eye-level. You want to make the conversation feel asnatural as possible, not leave them wondering why you placed your webcam so high or low. Smile Keep your expression friendlyand open. Your prospect will naturally be looking for your expressionsand reactions. 1. 2. 4. 7. 9. 3. 5. 6. 8. Marketing Influenced Book a demo at gong.io Make sure your team is handling video sales calls like rockstars!
  14. 14. Environment impacts creativity and productivity “Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works” –Steve Jobs
  15. 15. Create a comfortable workspace that works for you and don't get stressed if occasionally the dog barks or the kids wonder into a team meeting! Get your Zoom set up looking good (some great hints and tips here) Our Work From Home Support Package should help…
  16. 16. TI SUPPORT PACKAGE
  17. 17. TECH TOOLS COMFORTABLE, PRODUCTIVE WORKSPACE
  18. 18. All the tech and consumables you need • Laptop, Nexstand, Bluetooth keyboard and mouse. These are to be used when both working from home and in the office. • If required/preferred to enhance productivity or client interaction, slave screen, web cameras, microphone • Integrated Printer/scanner (if required) to the value of £100/$125. Model to be selected by the business. • General office supplies - bullet journals, stationery, printer cartridges/paper as required etc. • Green screen to provide a professional background where required.
  19. 19. Environment On successful completion of your probationary period, a budget of up to £500 (plus VAT)/$750 for the provision of creating a comfortable workspace (desk, chair, plants etc) will be made available to you. As these items will be purchased to match the specific requirements of your home/décor, should, for whatever reason, you leave the employment of Global Magic Futures, these will be retained by you. To utilise this budget, please provide a link to the required furniture so that the business can purchase on your behalf and arrange delivery directly to your home.
  20. 20. Notes Whilst the business has no legal obligation to provide home office equipment such as desks and chairs, we do take the welfare of our employees very seriously. The business will take appropriate measures to ensure that choices made comply with British Health & Safety Standards or OSHA in the US. Ongoing work from home support In conjunction with the rules and regulations stipulated by the government, you are able to apply for tax relief in the UK of up to £6 per week when working from home. To check your eligibility, click here. Questions? If you have any questions, please contact Jayne.
  21. 21. WORKING FROM HOME & WINNING GUIDELINES & SUPPORT PACKAGE 2020

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