In a recent interactive masterclass Dr. Helena Boschi, a renowned psychologist specializing in neuroscience, explored with global general counsel the impact of the pandemic on our ability to trust and form meaningful relationships. Boschi also outlined the key steps that leaders can take to build inclusivity and trust in the workplace.
Abigail Harris|July 19, 2021 at 05:52 PM|The original version of this story was published on Corporate Counsel
According to Boschi, the coronavirus health pandemic will certainly have impacted our ability to trust others, and people are understandably nervous about returning to a heavily populated workplace. The world is moving in the wrong direction when it comes to trust, and this has only been emphasized by the coronavirus health pandemic. In August 2020, France conducted a large-scale study that explored what it called the ‘Funneling Effect,’ whereby relationships have narrowed in focus but have also become more intense.
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