Drawing upon recent research, this article offers practical advice on two key elements of working in virtual settings: how to create and reinforce a trustworthy identity with people who do not know you well, and how you can overcome barriers to effective collaboration with physically distant others.
Michael L. Williams, PhD, MS
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