The unfortunate truth is we all get busy and start to forget just how important effective communication is in the workplace. Between completing project deadlines and attending meetings during a seemingly chaotic workweek, it’s important to remember we need to check in with employees to ensure everything is running as smoothly as we think it is.
Think back on all the places you have worked. As an employee, which one provided the best possible experience? If the reason you enjoyed working somewhere was because of your boss, it was most likely because they were great at communicating with you.
Are you planning a virtual game night for your team at work, perhaps as part of a team-building retreat or a celebration of all your employees have achieved? Or maybe you’re looking to run a virtual game night for your friends and family.
As a business leader, you’ve probably spent a good amount of time looking for fun and innovative ways to connect with your team members. Sure, you can browse the internet for virtual experiences that fit your team members’ needs and interests, but have you ever considered a virtual paint night?
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Everyone has at least had the desire to participate in a murder mystery but maybe not the time or resources. Challenge your team to a virtual role-playing murder mystery game using Zoom or any other video-conferencing platform. Through puzzles, clues, and interactive games, your team members will need to work together to solve the mystery of an unexpected death. We’ll warn you now: Not everyone will have what it takes to solve the mystery in time!
A wine tasting experience can be a great way to explore new vintages and connect with your coworkers. However, if you have a virtual team that lives all over the country, it can be hard to get everyone together for an in-person tasting. Enter a virtual wine tasting. With these virtual experiences, you can enjoy the tastes of wine and connect with your team members, all from the comfort of your home.
Whether you’re all still working remotely or trying to avoid big in-person events, virtual trivia games are a great way to bring your team — or even your whole company — together. They’re a fun way to build stronger connections among employees, as well as a great opportunity for everyone to unleash a little competitive spirit.
You’ve probably used FaceTime to video chat with your friends and family. It’s an incredibly easy-to-use tool that can help you connect with anyone you want without needing a computer or Wi-Fi.
Are you planning a virtual event for your company? Whether you’re hosting a simple trivia night or a full-blown virtual game night for your company, you’ll need to divide people into teams — and that means coming up with team names.