摘要： Networking can be tough even in normal times, but today's remote world adds a whole new set of challenges...
As businesses adapt to the new reality of remote work brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, so too will we adapt the social behaviors that enable us to stay in touch and forge new relationships with coworkers, partners, customers, and potential clients.
Ironically, virtual networking can sometimes foster strong ties even more quickly than face-to-face interactions – think virtual happy hours, for example. A recent Wall Street Journal article says, “The inability to be with friends and loved ones who aren’t under the same roof during a stressful and scary time has pushed individuals to be creative with technology that is more often used for business meetings.”
In these moments of social decompression, humor often replaces boardroom etiquette as wine glasses clink and virtual “cheers” cut through the daily anxieties and uncertainty. Companies are also adding virtual morning coffee breaks, lunchtime trivia sessions, and other events that enable employees to socialize and rekindle relationships.
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