A hidden driver of workplace loneliness is teamwork — and it is not just because people are teaming virtually more than ever. Loneliness can be triggered by the structural aspects of teams, even when people work face-to-face. But leaders can address the problem by thinking more systematically about team design.
- Title: Are Your Team Members Lonely?
- Release date: December 2020
- Publisher(s): MIT Sloan Management Review
- ISBN: 53863MIT62216
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