From A to Z: An Amazing Array of Awesome Antidotes for Zoom Fatigue

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Professor of Communication, University of Colorado
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    Thu, May 20, 2021 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
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    1 Hour
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Description

If there’s one thing the pandemic has taught us, it’s that we can do virtually anything—virtually. Virtual communication is ubiquitous, cost-effective, and convenient, and it’s here to stay. Zoom in particular has gained enormous traction, although many of us admit we’re also Teams-tortured, ex-Webexed, over-Skyped, and, frankly, Burned Out.

We’ve all “Gone-to-(one-too-many)-Meetings,” and in short, we’ve become unwitting “Slack”-ers. Meetings are scheduled back-to-back—no need to walk down the hall or drive across town—and without breaks for necessities, like a ten-minute meditation or a quick cardio workout up and down the steps. Frankly, too much of a good thing—anything—can be bad. But the good news is that we're beginning to understand how virtual meetings affect us mentally, physically, and psychologically. Even better, we're devising strategies to help us wake up, focus, and beat the burnout.

Join Dr. Constance Staley for an amazing array of awesome antidotes that may help you minimize toxic burnout and maximize your own—and your organization's—effectiveness.

About Dr. Constance Staley

Dr. Constance Staley is a Professor of Communication at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. She holds a B.S. in education, an M.A. in linguistics, and a Ph.D. in communication. As a mid-career academic, Dr. Staley worked as a trainer in an East Coast Fortune 500 company, designing and delivering all management and supervisory training. She was selected as a Fulbright Scholar to teach in the republic of Kyrgyzstan in the former Soviet Union; has won the University of Colorado Outstanding Teacher Award; and was twice nominated for a CASE U.S. Professor of the Year Award.

Connie has published 20 books/editions and recently served as Special Assistant to the Chancellor, leading a university initiative to design a next-generation campus Career Center for students. She is a sought-after conference keynoter and a highly popular trainer, both onsite and online. Dr. Staley currently teaches university courses in Communication, Training, and Consulting; Professional Public Speaking Online; and Conflict Management.


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