Remote Work Resources

Working remotely has introduced or intensified problems for many people. Below you will find a variety of resources that can help understand the issue and address it. Browse on your own and share widely. It's always important that we take care for one another, and it's especially important in times of crisis.

3 Ways to Address Remote Work Fatigue

Remote work is taking its toll. Emil Kresl talks about the three ways you can start addressing remove work fatigue.

Remote Work References

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The Issue

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Considerate Meetings

Compassionate Cultures

Continuous Learning

Remote Working LinkedIn Learning Collection

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We've created a collection of useful LinkedIn Learning courses on remote working. From managing virtual teams to learning more about Zoom, you will find great information whether you're interested in a full course or just micro-learning.

LinkedIn Learning Collection on Remote Working 

Virtual Sanity for Teams

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Contact our Community Learning Team to find out about our class to help teams and organizations address the often difficult issues that arise from remote working.

Virtual work is not a new concept, but the conditions under which we now find ourselves is both new and uncertain. If you feel like you’re losing your virtual sanity, need some new ideas on how to maintain it, or are simply looking for confirmation that you’re coping well, join us for this interactive and reflective series.

You’ll be guided towards a process for increasing your influence by letting go of things beyond your control, receive suggestions for rebalancing your balance wheel, and learn tips to better manage your automatic thoughts. We’ll wrap up the session by exploring how to redefine work structures for yourself and others, as well as practical techniques for improving your personal coping strategies and setting more effective boundaries.

UT L&D Community Learning Team