If you’ve spent any time working remotely, you’re almost certainly familiar with remote project management tools. These tools can help you communicate with the rest of your team, organize your files… but what about tools that actively improve your (and your team’s) engagement?
Working from home involves exposure to a great many distractions. Your family is likely to be a source of distraction (not that they’re unwelcome… usually.) There are also the typical day-to-day experiences of being at home: pets that need attention, people at the door, phone calls to the house, etc. And the causes aren’t always external: it’s easy to come up with your own ways to procrastinate on occasion. Hey, you’re only human, right?