Work from Home

Staying Productive & Motivated

Staying Productive & Motivated

Work from Home for Professionals

The startling truth is, people want to work from home, whether telecommuting, doing remote work for a large organisation, or setting up their own home business.

After all, it seems like the perfect answer to the age-old problem of how to balance home and work life. By combining the two, you get the best of both worlds, every day … right?

Working from home can be an exciting and even life-changing shift in the way you  work.

The key to success lies in doing exactly what you are now: taking the time to learn how to optimise the experience. Congratulations! You’re already on the right track!

In this course, which you have life-time access to and can proceed at your own pace, we're going to visit some of the benefits of working from home, but we also have to spend a little time on the pitfalls.

From there, you're going to learn how to create the proper atmosphere if you want to successfully work from home. And some tips on how to be more productive.

There are also a lot of additional resources to provide information and guidance.

What will I get in this course?

This course comprises the following elements:

  1. Four (4) lessons, plus an introduction and conclusion, covering benefits, pitfalls, atmosphere and productivity.
  2. Each lesson  includes a short video (all less than 10 mins), transcript, audio and reflection exercises  
  3. eBook you can read online or PDF download for offline reading  
  4. Audiobook (mp3s in zip file) you can download and listen offline resources, including a quick summary, checklist, infographic and posters  
  5. Bonus report - Power of Personality: Traits You Need to Make Working from Home Work for You - you can read online or download  
  6. Bonus - 10 digital productivity tools (video, text and audio versions)  

Course Content

Phil Charles

Professor Phil Charles is a practitioner and skilled educator and trainer with wide-ranging experience in government, consulting and academia. He has extensive experience in strategy development, transport planning and operations and professional capability development.

Phil is an Honorary Professor at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, an Adjunct Professor at the University of Southern Queensland and has qualifications in civil engineering, transport, business and public administration and higher education.