This event is part of The 2030 Movement, a free two-week online festival for the next leaders and innovators in tech. Head to The2030Movement.com to see the full schedule.
There’s no denying that reconnecting with friends and colleagues can feel different, anxious or overwhelming as we move to a post-COVID world. As some communities are already moving back to work, how do we re-build social interactions and learn to feel comfortable again?
Join our experts as we break down why we’re all feeling the way we are and the tips to prepare yourself and others for the new norm.
You’ll understand how building and maintaining relationships has changed from the impact of a global pandemic to advancements in technology, how we can prepare our interpersonal muscles for interactions, and what the future holds for a new culture of social interaction.
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