Too many employees interact with their coworkers based on the people they THINK THEY ARE – Not the people they TRULY are.
They think their colleague comes into work tired on Thursdays because they were out partying the night before.
If they asked why, they might find out that every Wednesday night their co-worker has to drive 2 hours out of town to visit their dying mother in the hospital. If they knew this, they would move from seeing this person as selfish to selfless.
Your team members work next to each other every day, but do the REALLY know each other?
NO CHEESY TRUST FALLS
Well, they don’t work in a remote workplace anyway…
In this Virtual Team Social, we’ll invite your team to participate in fun, experiential group exercises by creating a save space where your employees feel safe to take small risks and connect in a meaningful way.
This is not about finding your best friend or soul mate at work (although that could happen), but using your ability to connect with real human beings during real life human encounters on a daily basis, while still maintaining your professionalism.
When your employees feel valued and connected at work, they are more motivated, provide each other with emotional support to get unstuck and make better decisions since team members feel safe to share information.