Lower the chances of getting burned out by recognizing the causes and symptoms of stress due to the overuse of virtual platforms.
Working remotely has its benefits but also some limitations and drawbacks. Employees and managers are both facing stress and anxiety in their personal and professional lives as COVID19 continues to spread. Job demands have become more taxing and this affects their ability to meet their job requirements and eventually leads to stress and or burnout.
Stress and burnout are connected, and individuals can lower the chances of getting burned out by recognizing the causes and symptoms of stress and taking preventive action. Zoom fatigue describes the tiredness, worry or burnout associated with overusing virtual platforms of communication. This material highlights techniques for setting boundaries and learning to be present during video calls and tips for selfcare to avoid burnout.
ï Where Does It Comes From?
ï What Is Stress ñ What Is Pressure
ï Impact of Stress?
ï Distinguish Between Stress and Burnout
ï Signs and Symptoms of Stress
ï How Managers Can Recognize Burnout in Their Employees
Strategies and Techniques for Coping
ï Is Zoom Fatigue Real and What to Do About It
ï What Is the Psychological Explanation of Zoom Fatigue?
ï What Happens in Your Brain During Video Calls?
ï Video Calls and Setting Boundaries With Being on Camera
ï How to Handle Anxiety While on a Call - Working From Home Interruptions
ï Are You Listening or Are You Frozen?
Achieve Resilience and Effective Self-Care
ï What Is Resilience?
ï How to Be Resilient
ï Importance of Self-Care
ï How to Set Boundaries
Audrey Halpern with ARH Employee Training