In this conversation with Shonté Jovan Taylor, Neuroscientist and Success Trainer, she talks about the neuroscience of remote work.
Shonté is a neuroscientist, author, motivational speaker, coach, multi-generational corporate trainer, and founder of the OptiMind Institute, a neuroscience-based coaching and leadership training organization, where she trains and coaches leaders and employees to improve their effectiveness, resilience, and influence by applying brain-based strategies.
With 15 years of experience in neuroscience and organizational psychology, Shonté helps coaches, influencers, and thought leaders assess and address their development needs.
Shonté holds a BSc in Neuroscience from the University of California, LA, an MSc in neurobiology from the California State University-Dominguez Hills, and is a PhD candidate in Psychology at Walden University.
[00:53] The impacts of Zoom on the brain
[06:52] 5 dimensions of Zoom fatigue
[13:58] Reducing cognitive load on Zoom
[16:25] The human experience since the pandemic started
[18:39] How individuals can decrease the likelihood of fatigue
[24:42] Mindfulness and engagement
[26:43] Shonté’s goal to elevate human potential
[29:10] Team Q&A
[29:30] If you have something to say on Zoom
[31:40] Zoom fatigue and gender differences
[32:50] The 4-day workweek concept
[35:14] Adapting verbal and non-verbal social cues
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