Reduce Work From Home Burnout: JOIN Global #PeopleSkillsChat June 21st
by Kate Nasser |
Reduce Work From Home Burnout is our global Twitter #PeopleSkillsChat topic.
WHEN: Sunday June 21, 2020 at 10AM EDT. Hashtag: #PeopleSkillsChat
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Global #PeopleSkillsChat Topic: Reduce Work From Home Burnout
This pandemic lockdown sent many employees home to work from there. Although teleworking has been around for awhile, COVID-19 thrust the majority of people into working from home. Are they all thrilled that this happened? Is it easy to work from home? Well not necessarily. There have been some positive reports yet there are negative reactions as well. Some miss the social interaction. Others find it hard to balance the demands of their children with job demands. Still others report being truly stressed out and burned out of working from home.
It brings us to wonder how has this pandemic-induced work style truly impacted employees? Will companies move toward work-from-home models even after the lockdown is over? Can they reduce the burnout employees have about working from home? Please join us in global #PeopleSkills on Twitter this Sun. June 21st to share your insights on how to reduce work from home burnout.
Global People Skills Chat: Reduce Work From Home Burnout
As we explore this topic in the upcoming People Skills global Twitter chat, here are some questions to get us thinking in advance. Actual questions will post live during the chat on Sunday 10am EDT.
- When you pictured working from home vs. going to an office, what did you envision?
- How did working from home surprise you, if at all?
- What are the stressors of working from home?
- What turns daily stress into burnout? How do they differ?
- How do those challenges differ from working in an office (not at home)?
- What made working from home during this pandemic lockdown especially difficult?
- How do leaders and managers contribute to the stress and burnout of employees who are working from home?
- How can leaders and managers help prevent or at least reduce work from home burnout?
- What societal issues and stereotype gender roles, if any, contribute to work-from-home stress and burnout?
- How do leadership people skills help prevent employee stress and burnout?
- What has this pandemic lockdown taught us about working from home?
- VISION: Will companies continue to have large numbers of employees working from home as a norm?
So bring your personal perspective, your favorite beverage, and join the people skills global chat community this Sunday June 21, 2020 at 10amEDT on Twitter (hashtag: #PeopleSkillsChat)
I also invite you to continue this chat by joining the LinkedIn Group People Skills Succeed to be a part of all the people skills discussions everyday 24×7.
Shout Out of Gratitude
My gratitude to all who participate and grow the people skills global chat community on Twitter (#PeopleSkillsChat), and LinkedIn. We welcome your suggestions for topics, offers to co-host, and most especially your insights.
Hope you will all join People Skills Global Twitter Chat (Hashtag #PeopleSkillsChat) this Sunday June 21, 2020 10am EDT/9amCDT/8amMDT/7am PDT Topic: Reduce Work From Home Burnout.
Everyone is welcome! We have only one rule in People Skills Global Chat: Respect for all even when we disagree.
I am the founder and host of the chat and will be happy to answer any questions you have in advance: Email me.
Chat with you this Sun. June 21, 2020 at 10am EDT in People Skills Global Chat on Twitter (#PeopleSkillsChat). TOPIC: Reduce Work From Home Burnout.
Until then, as always, I wish you bonds of happiness and success!
From my professional experience to your success,
Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™
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