I keep reading posts about how I can gain a strategic advantage in my job search if I can show I've cracked the WFH code. The truth is that I'm walking away from a job because the stress of WFH was too much. Despite 60+ hour weeks with endless Zoom and Teams calls, I felt I was losing touch with the vast majority of my team (80+). Negotiations, employee issues and other sensitive conversations were extraordinarily difficult without the ability to read the room with my usual level of precision. Some employees became less productive, while others were close to burnout and still others did their work but were clearly detached. I had a growing concern about the overall culture. I know I need to adapt and I do like the idea of a hybrid model. But I can't honestly sell myself as a champion of a 100% remote workforce. Can anyone relate? Suggestions?