With the haste to roll out additional technology to support remote work and an expectation for employees to rapidly adopt that technology, there can be complaints and consequences as it relates to tech adoption.
Quartz research points to three key consequences:
• Productivity distractions – constant pings from colleagues and context switching between apps
• Perpetual connectivity – the need to be “always on”
• Decision fatigue – an overwhelming array of tools and systems
Each of these consequences of tech adoption can weigh on the emotional well-being of teams. So much so that 67% of Quartz research respondents believe being “always-on” has a significant negative impact on their health and wellbeing. Over time, this leads to burnout.
The good news is, with the right leadership and the right technology, these consequences can be avoided or overcome.
So what is the role of IT in digital wellness? At the height of the pandemic, IT teams were the true heroes, keeping the workforce productive in a time of uncertainty. But where should IT teams be focusing now?
With hybrid working set to continue, how can IT best support workers to remain not just productive, but balanced in an ‘always on’ world.
During this webinar hear from Brian Solis, Global Innovation Evangelist at Salesforce and author, including his latest book focused on digital wellness – LifeSCALE: How to Live a More Creative, Productive, and Happy Life. Solis will share his thoughts on the consequences of constantly being interrupted with the plethora of platforms we rely on, and the role of IT to help find a balance in a digital world.
Gerald Lavin, Product Strategist at Citrix will share how a digital workspace can support digital wellness by limiting distractions and automating work, as well as showcasing some of the microapps you can leverage to help your workforce work smarter, not longer.
Please RSVP for “Digital Wellness for a Remote Workforce and the Role of IT,” here.