After a Year of Zoom Meetings, We’ll Need to Rebuild Trust Through Eye Contact

There's no replacement for face-to-face eye contact when it comes to building the connections that sustain a healthy society

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The pandemic has exacerbated an already troubling trust deficit across political, economic, and other demographic divides. Research shared just before the pandemic’s onset uncovered that millennials are reluctant to trust government, business leaders, corporations, social and mass media, or even traditional social institutions. Meanwhile, a recent Canadian survey found that half of respondents believe business leaders are purposely trying to mislead
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