Are your colleagues tired of looking at themselves?
As humans, we’re not used to staring at ourselves as we talk to other people. Self-view can induce anxiety associated with Zoom fatigue as in addition to taking part in an online meeting, we are also worrying about how we look, sound, or what’s going on with the lighting. Therefore, if you think this is causing a problem for any of your team, it makes sense to advise them to turn off the camera feature whenever they can.
Change the location
After working at home for some time, the kitchen corner seems far less appealing than it used to. Maybe it is time for your team to consider a change of scenery. Switching things up can help with feeling refreshed; even if it’s just moving to a sunny spot by a window. Changing a typical setup can help to beat Zoom fatigue by giving a fresher home-office feeling. Moving to a spot with natural lighting will help with feeling more awake and focused and if your new spot does not have a plain background – think about setting up a branded one on your video platform, then you don’t need to worry!