Tackling Imposter Syndrome, Stress, and Burnout in Remote Teams

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Tackling Imposter Syndrome, Stress, and Burnout in Remote Teams

As employers, we want our teams to feel happy, supported, and engaged daily—yet both remote and in-person employees consistently report high levels of isolation, burnout, stress, and anxiety as well as poor work-life balance and unmanageable workloads.

This is why supporting employee well-being and stress management is essential in the workplace, especially when it comes to preventing burnout and work-related anxiety for distributed teams.

In this session, our Head of Workplace Design, Rhys Black, sat down with Scott Shute, former Head of Mindfulness and Compassion Programs at LinkedIn, to chat about why mental health in the workplace is critically important.

Together they looked into the many reasons why distributed teams face challenges around imposter syndrome, stress, and burnout, and shared different ways to recognize stress even when communication is primarily asynchronous or virtual. Hear their conversation on how to offer mental health support in a remote environment, and learn about different techniques and policies that could better support your distributed team.


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