Have you ended a video conference feeling drained? There’s a reason for that, and ways to avoid or reduce that feeling. The folks at Mental Floss interviewed experts, and got some good advice on preventing “Zoom fatigue” (our term). Here are some key takeaways:
- Use video conferencing for work only when it’s necessary
- Allow participants to keep their cameras disabled
- Spend a few minutes catching up before getting to the meeting agenda
- Move your screen off to the side, rather than looking at it head-on
- Try not to schedule video calls back-to-back
What tips are you using to prevent video conferencing fatigue? Share in the comments or on social media with the hashtag #HealthierWithClerkBase.