Making space for genuine connecting

I love how composer Eric Whitacre makes space for genuine connecting. He composes classical pieces, films himself directing it in silence, then releases a piano soundtrack and asks people to film themselves singing their part. These are compiled into a ‘virtual choir’.

Leadership can make space for connecting, allowing people to be participants and not just spectators.
What would happen if we designed our activities to ‘not be able to happen’ without meaningful participation? What would it look like?