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When the Personal and Professional Collide: Navigating the Tensions of Extreme Remote/Virtual Work
In 2020, many of our workplaces transitioned to full-time remote work in the blink of an eye. As a result, many of us continue to face challenges related to balancing overlapping personal, professional and family pressures -- while also adapting to new technologies and team communication expectations.

On top of that, we may have been brand new to working and/or managing remotely, or had colleagues who were adapting on the fly to this new way of working – leading to unacknowledged, ongoing tensions and conflicts, as we all work to manage expectations and our professional responsibilities.

As a result of this session, you will be able to:

• Identify the root causes of that feeling of overwhelm through the concepts of multicommunicating and communication overload
• Recognize how to check our assumptions about other’s work-related behaviors
• Identify our emotional triggers when working remotely, as well as how to effectively support colleagues who might be struggling
• Discuss strategies for monitoring your team’s productivity without micromanaging
• Explore the importance of recognizing and accounting teammate’s privacy-related concerns when working remotely

Jan 21, 2021 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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