We humans default to, “Who do I trust here?” or “Who do I have a good relationship with?” or “Who am I sitting next to?” and then pull those people into rooms for conversations to solve problems or share info. All these tiny micro exclusions add up without us even realizing. This tendency to lean on the people we already know and like is amplified in the remote space where spontaneous collisions are less frequent.
Author: Vanessa Tanicien
Source: First Round Review
Subject: Organizational Behavior