ASU Professor: How Return To Offices Could Affect Introverts, Extroverts
Many working Americans have spent at least some of their business hours at home — whether at the kitchen table or in a relatively quiet closet. But as more people are vaccinated and companies are planning for employees to return to the office on at least a part-time basis, a number of practical worries are popping up.
Many of those concerns center around communication and how it’s going to feel to be back in close proximity to co-workers when we’ve mainly been seeing each other via Zoom.
Laura Guerrero is a professor in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication at Arizona State University. She has been looking into how communication may change and how the return to work may affect introverts and extroverts. The Show spoke with her about her findings.