ChiTribe is working to compile all the resources being sent by JPRO for Jewish Organizations and other important resources for being successful when working from home in Chicago due to COVID-19. These resources include Zoom best practices, how to get your emails answered, and even some news for our consultants bored at home! This is News from the Tribe
NON FOR PROFIT RESOURCES
eJewish Philanthropy has some amazing resources for dealing with working from home and making the best of your time.
RESOURCES FOR WORKING AT HOME
Online Resources for Online Meetings, Classes, and Events
ZOOM & REMOTE MEETINGS
Using Zoom For Remote Work Or School? Here’s How To Make The Most Of It
Anabel Pasarow Refinery29
For those who weren’t familiar with Zoom prior to practicing social distancing, it’s a video- and audio- conferencing and screen-sharing tool that allows up to 1,000 participants to conference remotely at once.Anabel Pasarow Refinery29
How to Use Zoom for Online Learning
Zoom offers robust collaboration and engagement tools as part of its standard free license, including the ability to connect using VoIP or via traditional phone when the internet is not available. Administrators, teachers, parents, and students also have access to:Zoom Blog
25+ Tips For Running Successful Remote Meetings
Nothing beats the personal touch but sometimes, meeting remotely is the only way. In the face of the COVID-19 outbreak, many companies worldwide have switched to remote meetings to keep their employees safe. Meeting in the virtual space, however, comes with certain challenges.
We were no strangers to all of these. Our team worked on fixing these issues and came up with a list of tactics that work for us.Katy Mrvova, Slido Blog
How To Facilitate Effective Virtual Meetings
In light of the Coronavirus, many nonprofits are engaging in scenario planning. Organizations have also been encouraging their employees to work from home or enlisted travel bans. The list of conferences cancelled is growing, with some now being delivered a virtual gatherings. It’s time to up your virtual facilitation and convening skills.Beth Kanter, Beth’s Blog
Your Colleagues Don’t Read Anything You Write. Here Are 8 Ways to Change That.
Long emails and dense, difficult to decipher memos mean modern office communication goes ignored more often than it’s understood.
Write less often. Use fewer words. Put action words in your subject line. Invert the order; lead with the need. Write a people-proof TL;DR. Don’t make it about you, or “them.”Aaron Orendorff is the vice president of marketing at Common Thread Collective. Follow him on Twitter here or on LinkedIn here.
15 Examples of How Companies Are Communicating with Customers About Coronavirus
How companies from Capital One to Starbucks are communicating with customers during coronavirus and what your business can learn from them. By: Sean Ludwig, Contributor, U.S. Chamber, CO
How companies from Capital One to Starbucks are communicating with customers during coronavirus and what your business can learn from them.By: Sean Ludwig, Contributor, U.S. Chamber
More Resources from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on full small business Coronavirus coverage here>>
- Coronavirus: 8 Things Your Small Business Needs to Do
- 5 Resources to Help Your Small Business Survive the Coronavirus
- 7 Things to Do When Creating an Emergency Work-From-Home Policy for COVID-19
- Staying Connected With Customers Through the Coronavirus Outbreak
- 5 Ways to Manage Small Business Coronavirus Concerns When Employees Can’t Work From Home
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