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October 13, 2021 23 min

When asking groups what they think when they hear the word “virtual” they often think less than, not real, or not valuable. During this episode of the Intentional Greatness® podcast, Sue shares how to make our online meetings more valuable and why we should focus on living a more integrated life. She offers her insights on the behaviors that contribute to Zoom fatigue, and what we can do to make meetings better and more engaging.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:
  • What people typically feel when they hear the word virtual
  • Why meeting in person is still valuable
  • How taking more breaks helps you be more creative
  • Why multitasking during online meetings can lead to Zoom fatigue
  • What we can do to make online meetings better and more engaging
  • Why integrated meetings should have two facilitators
  • How viewing meetings as a spectator is problematic
  • Resources:
  • Online Learning Community: yess.learnworlds.com
  • Website: https://www.sayyess.com/
  • Books: https://www.sayyess.com/books/
  • LinkedIn:
  • https://www.linkedin.com/in/suehawkes/
  • https://www.linkedin.com/company/suehawkesyess/
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YESScoaching
  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/SueHawkesYESS
  • Valuable Behaviors

    When asking groups what they think when they hear the word “virtual” they often think less than, not real, or not valuable. During this episode of the Intentional Greatness® podcast, Sue shares how to make our online meetings more valuable and why we should focus on living a more integrated life. She offers her insights on the behaviors that contribute to Zoom fatigue, and what we can do to make meetings better and more engaging.

    Taking Breaks

    We have to get more confident and thoughtful about building self-care into our day so that we can take care of ourselves and prevent blending work and home. We have to consider how many times we need to get up and take breaks. Feeling fatigued during meetings is often the result of not being engaged. Taking more breaks actually has you stay creative and energized all day.

    Preparing to Participate

    We have all reached a point where we’ve relaxed as if it’s always someone else’s meeting. If you are viewing the meeting as a spectator or a contributor, you’ll ultimately feel that you don’t need to invest your time, create value, or add to the conversation. You should always view a meeting as if it’s your own. Do your homework. Prepare enough to ensure that it is worth your time — that is what makes meetings spectacular.

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