Times have changed quickly, and in a way we could have never anticipated. I am writing this article from my home office, with my kids and newly adopted chickens running around the backyard. My coworkers are spread out all over the country. Lively working sessions and team lunches have been replaced with video calls, Slack messages, and takeout. In the past few months, working from home has become the norm — increasing from 31% before the pandemic to 65%. Many people are working differently and feeling isolated.