Zoom: The Unexpected Benefits of Turning your Camera Off
Research suggests that there are numerous benefits of being able to see someone when interacting, even if you can’t meet in person. However, there seem to become benefits of not being able to see them too.
Jonathan Bradshaw researches, presents and writes on the behavioral science powering face-to-face human interaction. He has spoken in over 30 countries and is an award-winning columnist and blogger. Learn more via the website or connect with him on Twitter and LinkedIn.