No, it’s not just you — video meetings are more draining than in-person ones. There are real, psychological reasons behind the phenomenon, explain researchers Libby Sander and Oliver Bauman.

Organizations are desperate to “manage” the multigenerational workplace, according to psychology researcher Leah Georges. But, she says, the key to managing people of different ages is quite simple: See them as individuals.

Losing yourself in a task helps you to get more done — and there’s no need to wait for inspiration to strike, says violinist Diane Allen.

Do you have possess these 3 key traits? Organizational health consultant Patrick Lencioni explains what they are and how we can develop them.

Are you flexible enough to take on new responsibilities and acquire new skills? Not only will adaptability help you stay relevant and indispensable, but it’s also a key quality to identify in others, says investor Natalie Fratto.

Instead of “How are you doing?”, what’s a better opening question to ask on a video call? And why is it OK — even good — to let your coworkers see the dirty dishes in your kitchen sink? Organizational psychologist Adam Grant and his mentor Jane Dutton explain how to forge real connections in your online meetings.

Here are ways to inject connection and meaning into events when you’re physically apart but virtually together, from facilitator Priya Parker.