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  • Writer's pictureAnna Conrad

5 Ways to Help Your Team with WFH Burnout

I find myself daily helping leaders manage WFH burnout for themselves and their teams. Here are some tips I often share:

  • Check in daily to see how they are doing. Just knowing that you care enough to reach out and are there if they need you will help reduce anxiety.

  • Insist on video cameras, even for the daily check-ins. The personal connection of seeing others is essential in creating openness.

  • Offer flexible work hours, and demonstrate these yourself.

  • Do not send emails or messages late in the night. Although flexibility in work hours is vital, an unwritten or self-imposed expectation exists for emails to be returned immediately.

  • Encourage your team to schedule and communicate when they’re not going to be responsive online.


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