All teams progress through 5 stages of team effectiveness: Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, & Adjourning. The fourth step is the Performing stage.
All teams progress through 5 stages of team effectiveness: Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, & Adjourning. The third step is the Norming stage.
All teams progress through 5 stages of team effectiveness: Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, & Adjourning. The second step is the Storming stage.
All teams progress through 5 stages of team effectiveness: Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, & Adjourning. The first step is the Forming stage.
Respect for one another is the foundation of every high performing team. Here are 3 questions that will Build Respect within your team.
COVID-19 is making it impossible to have frequent in person interactions. Here are ways you can build relationships and trust while social distancing.
4 Questions that Build Psychological Safety Overview: Objective = Psychological Safety has been proven to be a key component of high performing teams. These 4 questions will help build psychological safety within your team members.Team Size = Any group size will workTime = 60 minsDifficulty = MediumMaterials Required = NoPreparation Required = YesTechnology Required =... Continue Reading →
Working from Home does not always occur between 9-5. Create a Team Availability Calendar to know when your teammates are available to talk and have meetings
The Coat of Arms exercise is a great way to build deeper knowledge of your virtual colleagues, and do so in a fun and creative way.
The majority of people are not used to simultaneous collaboration on documents. Line Up is a fun to learn and practice collborating together.
In an office, it is easy to share stories from home, but in a virtual environment, we need to create water cooler moments, like the Two Pictures exercise.
Virtual teams need to be more upfront on how they work together. This exercise is designed to help your team set its communication best practices.
In an office it is easy to see someone's mood, but in virtual teams it is not always possible. So use this Four-Word Snapshot to check-in with your team.
Virtual Team Tips: Best Practices from Remote Workers At my current company, Unity Technologies, over 20% of our employees work remotely full time or some days of the week. Needless to say, we have some experts on how to be effective while working from home. Unfortunately not every company has so many people working from... Continue Reading →
5 Tips on How to Work From Home Due to the Coronavirus, more and more companies are starting to recommend their employees work from home. And while this may be a temporary situation, working from home is becoming more and more popular. A 2019 Gallup survey found that 43% of Americans work from home occasionally,... Continue Reading →