Building your virtual team is not a one-off activity, it's a long-term adventure.
If you're transitioning from being an office-based team to operating within a remote/flexible set-up, we can help you to adapt your tools, processes and behaviours to the remote environment.
Below are some examples of how we might do that. But every team is different, so if you would like to work with us, get in touch.
ONLINE AND IN-PERSON MEETINGS
Synchronous communication encourages clarification, discussion and alignment. Meetings often fall apart or fail to deliver an action plan because, while everyone is busy contributing to the discussion, nobody is paying attention to the quality of the conversation and team dynamics.
A facilitator can ensure that everyone stays involved and engaged and that you achieve your meeting objectives.
DESIGN YOUR COMMUNICATION PROCESSES
When working as a virtual team, we need to be deliberate with our communication. How will you know that your team members are available? How will you all know what you're working on? How will you stay committed and motivated to your team, if you rarely see each other in person?