In the past year and a half, many would-be office butterflies who thrive in collaborative work environments have had to retreat into their home cocoons. Although some workers have made the shift to remote working with relative ease, others have found themselves unable to stay focused and remain motivated. The lack of office interaction—from in-person project meetings to lighthearted hallway banter—has been a challenge for many workers.
And it’s no surprise. Renowned psychologist Abraham Maslow theorized in his study of human needs that we must have social interaction to achieve a sense of belonging and stay inspired. Further