“On a scale from 1 to 10, with 1 being ‘haven’t started’ to 10 being ‘we’re done! Let’s move on!’, how are we doing on this strategic objective?” Continue reading “How to Do a Likert Scale Poll in the Virtual Environment” »
This is one of my favorite team-building activities – especially in the virtual world!
The primary objective of this activity is to reconnect team energy. Suitable for any intact team and will take five to 15 minutes, depending on the number of members. Continue reading “Team Building Activity: Energizing Musical Moments” »
Ever since the pandemic hit, videoconferencing services (Zoom, MSTeams, Adobe Connect, GoToMeeting, etc.) have become the default communications tool. Even though these tools have been around for at least a decade, the rush to work from home has lit a fire on video collaboration. Want to talk to a teammate, customer, or vendor? Let’s Zoom! We are Zooming so much, I was actually caught off-guard when a client called me…on the phone! Continue reading “Videoconference Wisely: An Era of Transition” »
A client recently asked me if I could facilitate a meeting with multiple languages being spoken. While I have had experience using simultaneous translators for in-person meetings, I haven’t had any experience facilitating a virtual meeting with multiple languages being spoken. Continue reading “You Wouldn’t Believe this Zoom Function Exists!” »
Companies all across the economic spectrum are making use of teams. They go by a variety of names and can be found at all levels. In fact, you are likely to find the group at the very top of an organization professing to be a team. Yet even in the best of companies, a so-called top team seldom functions as a real team. Continue reading “From the Bookshelf: Teams at the Top” »