While many people cringe at the thought of flying across the country for a business trip, there are a number of frequent fliers who seem to have cracked the code on stress-free air travel. Trend Hunter's President Shelby Walsh recently shared her own travel tips with the The Globe and Mail to help busy professionals learn how to master the business trip.
Although many people see travel time as a hindrance to their productivity, new technology has made it easier than ever for professionals to work on the go. In addition to digital devices such as smartphones and laptops, there are a number of apps that ease the challenges of working remotely. Even if getting some work done is not an option, business trips can be a great opportunity to catch up with colleagues outside of the traditional office environment.
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It’s all about prioritizing. Unfortunately, in-flight WiFi isn’t always available, so anything that requires the Internet (like research) should be done waiting in your terminal. Anything that needs your undivided attention and no connectivity can be done on the plane.
For more tips on travelling like a CEO, check out the full article on The Globe and Mail here.
Globe and Mail: President Shelby Walsh on Traveling Like a CEO
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Shelby Walsh in The Globe and Mail
- By: Katherine PendrillMay 27, 2016