Digital tools that were meant to increase communication may exhibit opposite effects. Technology has enabled us to bring our work everywhere, making it almost impossible to manage a work-life balance.
Senior executives are expected to showcase impeccable online presences and craft intelligent thought leadership pieces online. People are now messaging more but are communicating less—how does this affect executive isolation?
Issues are generally solved far more quickly and effectively via verbal dialogue. But during the standard working day, technology is being used instead of in-person communication. We’re messaging more, but communicating less.Published on People Matters, NOV 18, 2019
As seen in People Matters – <https://www.peoplemattersglobal.com/blog/life-at-work/is-digital-transformation-increasing-executive-isolation-23757>