Lecturer of Management Constance Hadley recently had a piece published in MIT Sloan Management Review on team member loneliness. Specifically, her piece looks at trends in team collaboration and social interaction before and during the shift to remote work due to COVID-19.
You might think that working on a team would stave off loneliness by fostering a sense of community and camaraderie. But in our research, we have found that the composition, duration, and staffing of teams can trigger or exacerbate feelings of social disconnection in the workplace.
This piece looks at the results of surveys of nearly 500 global executives.
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