Working remotely — it sounds so simple. The truth is, for many people, it’s a hard way to work effectively and efficiently away from a traditional office. For the person who went from high school to college to working in an office, the newfound freedom of working remotely is awesome, but many of us need tools and techniques to make it work. This webinar will shed light on the challenges of working from home (and elsewhere) and how to overcome them, including some funny ways we waste time without even realizing it.

It will cover innovative ideas about how to use technology to your advantage, common procrastination pitfalls and how to avoid them, rituals and routines that help you stay on track, and how to better manage your time and energy to take advantage of working remotely. This program will feature the proven principles that make it possible to make working remotely work. We’ll also discuss creative and effective ways to help others remain focused and productive. It’s all about getting the right things done, in the right way and at the right time … even when nobody is watching — especially when nobody is watching.


  • Develop tips and techniques taken from those who have mastered the art of working alone and at home to get more done in less time.
  • Discover how to focus, finish and find the balance between work and play to win each day.
  • Show how employees can come up with their own system based around their work style, strengths and organizing tendencies.

Audience Level: Essentials

CLM Application Credit: 1 hr in the subject area of Self-Management                                   

CLM Recertification Credit: 1 hr in the subject area of Operations Management


Lee Silber is the award-winning author of 25 books — including two bestsellers — and the founder of five companies. He’s also a popular presenter with over 2,400 speeches to his credit, and he currently hosts a weekly podcast on efficiency.

Seminar Information
Date Presented:
June 24, 2020 3:00 PM Eastern
1 hour
Making Working Remotely Work
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