Vacation from Work

A recent article, How Leaders Can Enjoy TRUE Relaxation on Their Vacation by Dr. Rick Goodman says that taking a vacation is one of the most beneficial and valuable things you can offer for your business, and for yourself. It is very essential for your mental restoration and rejuvenation.

Here are four simple ways to truly relax and refresh on your vacation.

1. Plan with your family.

Tell your family that the vacation is all about spending time together—that you’re not going to be on a business trip, and that your intention is to really relax and enjoy the precious moment with them!

2. Inform your clients.

Reach out to important clients and let them know you’re out of your office space until (specify date), that you’ll be on a vacation, and ask what you can do to help them before you leave.

3. Assign key  personnel.

Ensure that you assign /entrust to your key team members in team office space South Park some decision making functions while you’re on a vacation.

4. Meet your team prior to your vacation.

Book a meeting space and meet your team prior to your scheduled vacation to ensure all of your everyday functions are clearly delegated to your team members—that everyone knows what to do and has enough time to ask you about any concerns they might have before you go.

Conclusion

These simple tips will help you get ready for a worry-free vacation and be back to your office rejuvenated and restored. Likewise a good office environment and well designed workspace are key factors to you and your team happiness and productivity. YourOffice has come alongside hundreds of business looking for everything from staffed flexible offices to agile office space. We know your business is unique, and your office space shouldn’t be any different. Let us match the perfect space or service to fit your business needs.

Are you ready to take your vacation? Let’s see your thoughts below. We’d also be glad to see you on Twitter and Google Plus.

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