Zoom chats short circuit a brain function essential for trust — and that's bad for business: Don Pittis

Research shows essential cues of real life interaction from pheromones to body language just don’t work on video chats as the lockdown exhausts reserves of office sociability and excludes newbies.

Zoom chats short circuit a brain function essential for trust — and that's bad for business: Don Pittis

Research shows essential cues of real life interaction from pheromones to body language just don’t work on video chats as the lockdown exhausts reserves of office sociability and excludes newbies.