video call fatigue- 실질적 논의들의 시작
The World Economic Forum COVID Action Platform
Why 'video call fatigue' might be making you tired during lockdown - and how to beat it
The good news is there are plenty of ways to reduce video chat fatigue.
Some, suggested by the Harvard Business Review, include:
- Build in breaks
- Keep meetings shorter
- Reduce on-screen stimuli – try hiding yourself from view.
- Don't feel you have to attend virtual social gatherings with colleagues.
- Switch to a phone call or email if appropriate.
- The benefits of face-to-face
But many are singing the praises of video chats.
Yale Professor Laurie Santos – whose popular lessons on wellness have made her an influential voice on mental health issues during the pandemic – says face-to-face communication can help with lockdown isolation.
“The research suggests that the act of hanging out with folks in real time - in other words, things like Zoom or FaceTime - can be a really powerful way to connect with people.
“You see their facial expressions, hear the emotion in their voice, you're really able to connect with them.”