Your meeting is competing with Twitter. Your presentation is being compared to TikTok.
Too many meetings, too little guidance, and even less trackable outcomes, that’s how many employees describe their remote experience. When every conversation, check-in, and stand-up becomes a video call, meaningful connections are soon disrupted by evasion and multitasking. The result is zoom fatigue, stress, and misunderstandings. After all, there is no time to do work when you spend most of your day in meetings talking about work that needs to be done.
The solution isn’t abolishing all meetings, though.
Meetings can be a powerful tool to connect people, brainstorm solutions, create team cohesion and move projects forward.
The solution is rethinking the way you collaborate to take full advantage of the meetings you need and decline the rest.