See our group project here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvYpUIxg1sQ&feature=youtu.be
Table of contents of the video
- Communication Accommodation Theory
- Interruption in conversation
- Relationship and communication with coworkers
- International communication
- Lack of eye contact, dialogue in circle vs in video
- Nonverbal cues
- Online body language and minimal responses
- It’s easy to be on time
- Environmental distractions
- 3 things that an individual can do to get distance work working better
- Google docs and background assistance
- Technical difficulties
- Trust and sharing
- Possibilities of Bohmian Dialogue in online work
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