Since March of last year, I have worked from home, much like many of you. The bright side: I get ready in minutes. I schedule meetings without worrying about commuting. I get to pet my dogs or take a break whenever I want. The not-so-great: I miss my family and friends. I want to see my students face-to-face, have dinner with them at Fernando’s, and run fun simulations that allow us to run through the corridors. I am ready to host my students for “Cris’ famous wings.” The line between work and home is now completely blurred. So yes - I look forward to a normal life. However, am I looking forward to my office? Parking? Worrying about professional clothes? Rushing from meeting to meeting? Driving home in bad weather? Not really.
Some interesting statistics:
As vaccine supplies increase, many of us are considering back-to-work plans. So here are my questions:
Dr. Cris Wildermuth
Dr. Cris Wildermuth is Linked:HR's Community Leader and an Associate Professor at Barry University. You may find out more about Dr. Wildermuth's leadership development, ethics, and intercultural development consulting practice at THIS PAGE.