Look at Me: Making the Case for Eye Contact at Work


New research suggests that mobile devices are increasingly interfering with the eye contact we make with others and ultimately can affect the emotional connections we make at work.

Since the dawn of the smartphone it’s become common to see a table full of restaurant diners immersed in their gadgets rather than conversation. Or, since tablets came into the picture, a conference table full of coworkers looking at their iPads rather than each other.

Looking at a colleague when speaking conveys confidence and respect.

Written By Katie Bascuas

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