Storms. Mechanical issues. Security alerts.
If you’re like many managers, business travel is a part of your professional life. But with the winter months ahead and airlines on high alert, the inevitable flight delays and even cancellations are likely to occur more frequently than usual.
Besides the inconvenience of having to reschedule meetings, this also results in you often having to wait at the airport for a couple of hours—or longer—until the issue is resolved. That means you have a couple of choices as to what to do during the wait. You can head over to the nearest coffee shop and ply yourself with caffeine to stay awake. You can browse a real life or virtual newsstand for some of your favorite magazines. Yet one of the smartest things you can do is put your time to good professional use. After all, the more you can get done while you’re waiting, the less you’ll have to do when you arrive at your destination. Here are some effective strategies for staying productive if your flight’s delayed.
Don’t let delays and cancellations break your professional stride. With these five strategies in mind, you’ll know how to stay productive next time a business trip takes longer than planned.
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