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Burnout= the digital tax It’s well established that the wellbeing and psychological health of many workers and leaders dipped during the pandemic. Despite significant and ongoing corporate investments in wellbeing and mental health initiatives in recent years, it appears that our wellbeing continues to suffer and isn’t improving (especially for women who continue to report […]Read More
Working online is mentally taxing. Yet I know many people sit at their laptops and work for 2-3 hours without a break. They only ever stop for a drink, snack or bathroom break (or all three if they’re lucky). Whilst it may be the norm for many knowledge workers, working for long stretches of time […]Read More
Many organisations around the globe are considering or currently trailing a four-day work week. And with good reason. Global trials have provided data showing that four-day work weeks have been a resounding success for employees and employers. For example, the recent UK 6-month trial that involved 61 companies with approximately 2900 workers from June to […]Read More
‘I just need to get through to Christmas’ ‘It’s been a really long year’ ‘I’m ready for this year to end’. ‘Let’s look at that in the next quarter and focus on closing out this one’. ‘I can’t do another Zoom meeting’ If you’ve heard any of these phrases coming from your team lately, it’s […]Read More
Thanks to technology, our ways of working are adopting more freedoms than ever before; we can work wherever we like, when we like whilst remaining connected to our teams. But whether you realise it or not, being tech-enabled takes its toll. One of the chief costs facing distributed teams is ‘Zoom Fatigue’; getting to the […]Read More
The pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have ushered in permanent and significant changes to how we work. We’ve seen radical shifts to how, where and when we work. These significant changes to work practices happened almost instantaneously and without a lot of guidance regarding best practice (let’s face it, many of us walked out of our […]Read More