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How To Give And Receive Constructive Criticism

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Support Work and Home Separation

Boundaries are about more than just work hours. You may have less control over your distributed team’s work environment, but there are still ways to help them create a healthy separation between their work and home spaces.

These don’t need to be complicated or demanding. Even something as simple as sharing the day’s high and low points on Slack, then signing off together, can really help people mentally clock out.

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Burnout in the workplace

Burnout in the workplace

Burnout is more than a bad day or a busy week—it’s about ongoing, compounding factors that make your work environment so draining that no amount of positive thinking or good nights’ sleep can pull you out of it.

The impacts of burnout are serious, even from a purely finan...

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Make Working From Home Flexible

Just because you’re working remotely doesn’t mean your job is flexible. Rigid, overly-controlling policies, such as monitoring employees’ computer activity during office hours, make it harder for people to manage their own needs, taking away autonomy and contributing to workplace...

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Create A Culture of Empathy

Employees aren’t machines—they’re real people who have lives, loved ones, and personal responsibilities. That’s why to beat burnout, distributed teams should be led by compassionate, human-centric policies that support employee health and happiness.

That could include...

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Prioritize Clarity

Reasonable expectations are key to creating a sustainable remote-work culture that brings out the best in everyone, and that starts with clarity.

Leaders should draft policies that get rid of all ambiguity around how, when, and where employees are expected to work. That’s...

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Beat Video Fatigue

Make video meetings work for you. Rather than feeling tiring, redundant or draining, video should make communication faster, easier, and more fulfilling.

  • Step one - keep it short. 30 minutes is a great sweet spot for video meetings. Don’t bump it up ...

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Set Clear Boundaries

While flexibility is great, it’s crucial that distributed teams don’t feel they’re expected to work all the time. Managers should set defined office hours and stick to them—that means not pinging people after (for example) 5pm unless it’s a true, genuine emergency.

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Romance During Work From Home

Working on the bed affects one’s sex life as well, as never in thousands of years has a couple been together 24 hours a day.

Working, eating, sleeping and parenting in the same area of space can make it difficult to switch context, and it may help to move some furniture, alter the lightin...

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