Remote Work: The Need for Connection
Connection is the antidote
An engaged workforce is an effective workforce, but leaders may find it difficult to motivate and engage their team members while they balance their own workload and symptoms of disconnection. In many cases, working remotely has only exacerbated this issue.
In our work with leaders and organizations, we’ve found that:
- burnout is extremely prevalent at every level and across every function
- exhaustion is at an all-time high and people are feeling a lack of control
- people are working longer hours, yet feeling less productive
- wellbeing has declined for the majority of people
Program structure and outcomes
Through our training, participants are provided with sustainable solutions to help reconnect to the ‘human dimension’ when managing themselves, employees, and clients. Specifically, they will gain insight into:
- understanding how to establish psychological boundaries
- the psychology of burnout and recovery
- the impact of isolation on mental health
- ego-based decisions
- engagement and productivity
- how leaders can flex and adapt
- building sustainable recovery practices
Connecting in a Disconnected World: Mental Health in the Workplace
Barry Pokroy and Dave Stevens discuss the profound impact of disconnection, its link to burnout, and share insights for managing this crisis. Read the article
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Keeping teams motivated and engaged is no small feat—especially while working remotely. If you’re struggling with this, please get in touch to discuss our training options.