- Utilize platforms like Teams, Slack, or even emails. These tools can reduce the need for constant video interaction, giving your team the flexibility to respond at their convenience.
- Whenever it’s safe and practical, arrange face-to-face meetings. They offer a personal touch and a much-needed break from the digital realm.
- Have open discussions with your team about their preferred modes of communication. Some might excel in video calls, while others could favour written communication or phone conversations.
- When video calls are necessary, aim to keep them brief. Avoid scheduling them back-to-back and ensure there are breaks between calls to prevent burnout.
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