If you’re looking for an exercise to bring a new team together and set the foundation for your work, drafting a team charter is a great first activity.
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Collaboration services are changing the landscape of the virtual business world. Are you ready?
With the advent of instant communications via the Internet – whether through chat or video conferencing, more and more companies are opting to hire virtual employees. When you work for a company that has a large international presence, chances are you will work with colleagues in different locations. Many companies struggle to onboard and maintain momentum with remote employees. Employers also find that virtual employees experience less job satisfaction compared to local employees who are more engaged. Companies are missing a successful onboarding program that will improve employee retention and help personally link virtual employees to the office. By providing tools and communication to ensure accountability and engagement, the process of bringing in a new hire will come much easier.
Even the best of team managers realize that when you have members working from different locations and time zones, it can be tricky.
We’ve discussed the difficulty of virtual team building in the past. But how do you really get your colleagues to bond over thousands of miles and dozens of computer screens?