Keep Moving: Dealing with Virtual Meeting Fatigue

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Finding that video calls are sapping your energy? Then this talk is for you! Communications expert Rachel Coffey examines the factors that are causing ‘Zoom fatigue’ and what you can do to combat it.
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Rachel Coffey is a leading voice and communication expert who has been working in the creative industries for over 25 years. For the last 8 years she has been working with c-suite leaders and corporations to deliver communications excellence on an organisational...
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With so many of our interactions taking place over video calls these days, people are finding it difficult to switch off and maintain focus. The fact is that video calls take up more energy than face to face interactions. If you’d like to find out why this is and what you can do about it, then this talk is for you!

Communications expert Rachel Coffey examines the factors that are causing ‘Zoom fatigue’ and what you can do to combat it.
Discover how communication styles, tech stress, and lack of clarity all play their part. Invaluable for anyone wanting to create balance whilst maintaining impact!

About the Author

Rachel Coffey is a leading voice and communication expert who has been working in the creative industries for over 25 years. Since 2010 she has been working with c-suite leaders and corporations to deliver communications excellence on an organisational level. She coaches companies and individuals from all parts of the globe to create, present and communicate using innovative and engaging techniques.

Rachel has an MA in Professional Voice Practice (trained in association with the RSC) and is an NLP Master Practitioner. She is the founder of a successful communications, business and life coaching consultancy that she runs from her base in London. She has worked with numerous companies from The Royal Court theatre to global advertising giants helping to unleash creativity and bring about real and lasting change.

She uses a unique set of techniques that transform the way we connect with our audience, colleagues and our own creative self. She has a passion for working with businesses to design programmes that deliver results in a uniquely engaging and experiential way. Rachel also delivers individual one-to-one-coaching.