It is not going to be easy for you to trust a strange.
When people aren’t in the same physical space, they have fewer opportunities to gather information about their colleagues unless they have regular, meaningful remote interactions. Although they may have known colleagues for a long time, an absence of regular input means there are fewer opportunities to see how people are, to learn about them, to deepen connections. Under these circumstances, trust can be compromised. When we don’t see each other, trust becomes more important, particularly if we rely on others for the success of our work.
It is therefore critical within the team to understand personality and know each other as people. This, of course, would mean facing up to each other’s past, values, ideals and principles.
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