For many of us, life changed in mid-March. Remote work became the norm and team meetings, off site events, conferences and other in-person gatherings became a thing of the past; at least for now. Many teams have made the shift to remote work pretty smoothly and the slight dip in productivity has rebounded to almost normal again. The challenge now is to keep your teams connected and to support your team culture. In a past blog, we discussed when team building will be critical when teams can meet once again, but you can’t wait that long. Team building needs to be a constant focus for virtual and in-person teams.
Teams and individuals have done an amazing job adapting to this new reality, but culture, communication, relationships and collaboration are starting to suffer. Make sure you keep a focus on these areas to ensure your team continues to function well.
Virtual Team Building Programs
At Summit, we have many different options for you to select from. Our fun and appreciation based Here’s To You program is 50 minutes, is highly engaging, gives your team a break and focused interaction time and has a celebrity shout out as well. You can also select from Play it Forward, Conquering Everest and The Juggling Act and Desert Survival. Check out all the options here.
Virtual Training Workshops
Out Training Workshops can be run as a 2-hour stand along learning and development opportunity or a series of 2-hour sessions that provide greater depth and application opportunities. We have many topics you can choose from including; Emotional Intelligence, MBTI, Conflict, Team Development, and more. You can learn all about the virtual training options here.
FREE EVENT: Learn and experience our programs at one of our Showcase Events
Summit President Scott Kress has been speaking at conferences, meetings and events for years and now offers virtual keynotes. These presentations are engaging, motivational and insightful for teams and individuals. A virtual keynote provides a well-deserved break from daily work and demonstrates that the team values and you want them to continue to learn and grow. You can learn more about the keynote options here.