A Tip for Navigating the Ups and Downs of WFH.... and Leadershiphttps://www.insideoutincubator.com/the-rebellious-leader

teresaman's profile thumbnail
Interesting! I'm definitely an integrator and have many blurred lines between work and home, though I am trying to be a little bit more intentional about the physical space of where I do work (living room) and where I don't (bedroom). Thanks for sharing the article!
ginarestani's profile thumbnail
Good for you! Glad you found it interesting. If nothing else, I found it useful to recognize that, as an integrator, I blur lines all the time - and that's not necessarily a bad thing - it's just my habit (which I hadn't necessarily recognized before).
erickadean's profile thumbnail
Very timely article and completely agree that it helped me better identify my needs. Thanks for sharing!
ginarestani's profile thumbnail
Most welcome @erickadean! Glad it was useful.
kateschiffman's profile thumbnail
I think it’s interesting how blurred lines especially for integrators are not only time bound but spacial as well. As someone who is currently wfh this helps me think about the different dimensions of boundaries I need to have in place in more concrete terms!
ginarestani's profile thumbnail
Right, @kateschiffman!? That spacial dimension gave me a whole new window to look through.