The days of faux pas on video conference calls are fading away. With the relaxation of travel restrictions around the world, more and more people are beginning to relearn some of the most important choreography in business: in-person interactions.
In recent years, there have been exceptional developments in the world of virtual communication, especially due to its necessity throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, professionals across the globe are able to have conferences, ceremonies and even handshakes with the click of a button, but how much non-verbal communication is lost in these virtual interactions? Despite the ease that these services offer, much of the unspoken communication that takes place in business cannot be replaced with a call.