Sharing our expertise with you
Tools and techniques that will ensure your next virtual meeting or event won’t diminish employee morale, retention, or innovation.
With National Fun at Work Day, your company has the opportunity to incorporate more play into remote work—which is essential. Here are three reasons why.
Evidence shows that employees who have fun at work are healthier and more productive. But, how do we have fun at work when everyone is working remotely? Here are some great ways to include a sense of positivity and levity in your work
The constraints of our new remote-only work from home lives present some really great opportunities. To get you started, we’ve come up with several creative and effective ways to create and maintain a great company culture from a distance.
Given the stress everyone is under and the uncertainty of what lies ahead, it’s never been more important to also approach your remote meetings and collaborations from a human-centered, people-first mindset. Breaks, when strategically used and planned for in advance, can be an active space for rejuvenation and human-centered collaboration. Here are some ideas we have for how you can bring a little empathy, connectedness, and even lightheartedness to your remote team work.
Have you seen our improv game?