5 Tips on sustaining collaboration in remote teams

Work from home has transformed overnight from an occasional perk to a (seemingly) permanent necessity. A big chunk of corporate employees have remodeled their living rooms or kitchens into home offices. While this new set-up definitely has had its advantages, there are a lot of challenges that resulted from this new normal way of doing business.

One of these ongoing struggles is facilitating team collaboration. Physical distance makes it difficult and the initial overuse of videoconferencing apps lead to a new kind of fatigue as people feel like they have to make more emotional effort to seem engaged, and since non-verbal cues are not apparent in online conferencing, the incessant focus on words and continuous eye contact is exhausting.

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