Best Practices for Driving Greater Connections and Performance with Remote Teams

02Sep, 2020

By Matt Heinz, President & Founder of Heinz Marketing

The human brain is amazing in its capacity to accept massive change in a short period of time.  What felt like a massive disruption in March, when many of us stopped traveling and started working from home full-time, now feels a bit more normal, in part because it’s become more routine.

But that doesn’t make it any less disruptive or stressful.  According to recent research, a full one-third of Americans are exhibiting signs of clinical anxiety.  Not casual or occasional anxiety, clinical anxiety.

Furthermore, a full 69 percent of employees are experiencing burnout from remote work.  And with many schools staying remote and offices staying closed, more of the same is in front of us.

At last week’s CMO Coffee Talk, we were joined by team dynamics specialist Jackie Insinger who shared a wide variety of insights…

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