Top 5 ways L&D professionals can avoid Zoom fatigue

As an L&D professional, much of your workday is spent speaking to employees and maintaining industry relationships. Before COVID-19, you probably accomplished most of these interactions in just a few minutes at conferences and other industry events.

However, as live events are on hold, your calendar is now jam-packed with Zoom meetings.

Turning your home into a workplace, ensuring that your technology works, and double-checking your appearance is much more stressful than walking into a conference room. This ritual can be exhausting, and eventually, you’ll feel the effects of Zoom fatigue.

Read more: How to make remote work actually work for you

Here are some expert tips you can leverage to avoid Zoom fatigue:

1. Schedule breaks

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