Beat Back-to-Back Zoom Fatigue

Brain-based solutions to counteract digital fatigue associated with virtual meetings


Professionals using Zoom (Teams or Webex) currently experiencing virtual meeting fatigue


30 September 2021


12-12:30pm Webinar (register & attend live and/or watch replay and have resources sent to you)




From team huddles and client meetings to book club gatherings and team virtual drinks, we’ve probably done them all on Zoom or a similar platform during the pandemic. 

Data on employee time usage reveal that when employees work remotely or in a hybrid fashion, they’re engaged in more formal and informal meetings.  In fact Microsoft data confirms that we’ve seen a 148% increase in virtual meetings since the pandemic began (and it’s still rising).

In an attempt to recreate an in-office experience for remote and hybrid staff, employers tend to add more virtual touchpoints, which leads to digital overload, and 75% of HR leaders agree that this is putting their employees at risk for burnout. In fact, Gartner reported that since the pandemic began, there have been more check-ins (78%) between managers and workers and 84% more virtual meetings with teams.

In addition to that, the average time for meetings is 10 minutes longer, increasing from 35 to 45 minutes. 

This has left many professionals experiencing the symptoms of ‘Zoom fatigue’- headaches, exhausted and even sore eyes. 

Why? We’re not using video calls in a way that’s aligned to our neurobiology.

Let me help you put an end to Zoom fatigue, by joining this express virtual masterclass (which will ironically be delivered on Zoom).

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Kristy will explore:

  • The four reasons why virtual meetings are mentally taxing (it has a lot more to do with our brains than it does with Zoom/Teams/Webex)
  • A range of simple, science-backed strategies you can apply to make virtual meetings less exhausting
  • How to protect your digital wellbeing on virtual meetings

The live webinar will go for approximately 30 minutes. All webinar registrants will be sent a link to access the replay (with no time restriction on when or for how long you can access it) along with a PDF document summarising key points and a virtual meeting digital wellbeing checklist.

Join me and arm yourself with simple (science-backed) strategies and practical approaches to make Zoom (or Teams, or Webex) meetings work for you.

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You'll Get

Access to a 30 minute online webinar

Q+A time at the end of the session

A PDF summary sheet with simple tips to beat video call fatigue

Join the Webinar: 'Beat Back-to-Back Zoom Fatigue'


Having personally experienced how our always-on digital culture is compromising people’s wellbeing and is counter to optimal and sustainable performance, award-winning researcher and speaker Dr Kristy Goodwin is on a mission to promote employee wellbeing and bolster workplace productivity in an always-on digital world. 

As one of Australia’s digital wellbeing and productivity experts, she shares practical brain-based hacks to tame tech habits and the latest evidence-based strategies to decode the neurobiology of peak performance in the technological era. 

Senior business leaders and HR executives from the country’s top organisations engage Dr Kristy to help them promote employee digital wellbeing and performance. Her roster of clients includes Apple, Deutsche Bank, Bank of Queensland, DLA Piper, Westfield, Randstad, the Reserve Bank of Australia, Cuscal, State Street, National Broadband Network and Foxtel. 


Join the Webinar: 'Beat Back-to-Back Zoom Fatigue'

Join me and arm yourself with simple (science-backed) strategies and practical approaches to make Zoom (or Teams, or Webex) meetings work for you.

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