Saturday, 8 August 2020

How To Impress Boss While Working From Home During The Corona virus Epidemic.

To reduce the spread of Corona virus Epidemic, educational institutions and markets shut down in lock down across the country.Then managers and bosses of offices started asking employees to Work from Home, where possible.


More Bosses and managers may find that either by choice or by mandate, their staff will have to work from home.


Working from home in this Corona virus Epidemic is convenient; you can impress your boss, while working from home. It takes a bit of effort and planning to make it really work. Once you’re set up and know what to expect, though, you can enjoy the time savings and impress your boss.


Doesn’t let working from home stall your efforts to impress your boss and plant the seeds to continue your career advancement. Here are Tips to demonstrate your leadership when working from home:

(1) Do more than what has been asked.

You may have a little more time for your work since you will not be commuting. Leverage this extra time to exceed expectations. Don't wait your Boss to ask  you to research the background of a potential business client.


Consider going a step further and identify ways to approach the prospective client and pitch it to your boss.Impress your boss by thinking outside the box and being a strategic partner.


Leaders don’t just do what they are told to do. Leaders do what has to be done to do the work well.

(2). Propose an idea, be more active

Bosses are also impressed with professionals who are proactive. It helps managers when their reports identify and solve an issue to benefit the team. For instance, you learn about a time-saving application that you think might make data collection for your team easier and more effective.


When events like the corona virus outbreak restricts a company’s ability to do business as usual, proposing an idea that might help your boss save money could help you to make a positive impression. Your boss will see that you are thinking like a business leader.


Bosses may not have the time to think critically about all aspects of the work, especially inefficiencies that could be holding up or frustrating the work. Take responsibility, propose an idea and follow through with it.


Social distancing doesn’t have to thwart your efforts to impress your boss and attain your professional goals. Maintain regular communication with your manager, exceed expectations where you can and be proactive.

(3). Send periodic updates present and Brief

While you may not be in the office, you can still keep in contact with your manager and colleagues. You might send a weekly email to or schedule a weekly call with your manager communicating what you have accomplished in the past week and what you plan to do the following week.

You don’t need to send your boss an email after you do every little thing (unless they specifically told you to do that), but sending updates will give your boss a grasp on what you are accomplishing in your department.


Sending a list of intended goals at the beginning of the day and a list of accomplishments at the end of the day is a great way to keep your boss in the loop on your productivity.

(4) Do Your Best on“Video Conference”

Treat video conference meetings as if they were in-person work meetings. Come to the meeting a few minutes early to show punctuality, and make sure you wear something professional,a nice collared shirt, for example, will show you are present and professional, even when your boss isn’t watching.

(5) Pay Attention

Whether it is in video conferences, phone calls, emails, or any other means of communication, you want to be paying attention. One of the most effective ways your boss will see this is during video conferences.


Actively listen and look at your computer screen during meetings. If you are visibly distracted by your phone or something in your home, it will not only make you look unprofessional but also could tell your boss you are not working at home effectively.

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