Webinar | Team connection as a way to thrive in isolation
Through this time of isolation there is one critical need that people crave on both a personal and professional level: human connection.
When we consider not being able to visit our vulnerable and valuable friends, it pulls on our heart strings. Working from home or otherwise apart from our team members can have a similar emotional effect. The landscape for everyone at work has changed.
Old ways of working aren’t working
- Engagement scores are at an all-time low
- Pressures to do more with less are leading to intense levels of stress
- Increased levels of stress lead to constriction in creativity, innovation and trust
- People are searching for a greater sense of purpose to motivate and engage them
Navigating out of the global crisis
Considering business was moving at an alarming rate before the global pandemic, the ability to be agile, creative and flexible has never been more important. The core of that is team connection.
Team connection will be pivotal to an organisation’s response in starting to build their new worlds.
“No man is an island…” as they famously quote from John Donne’s Devotions (1624). Covid-19 has shown us how true this is. Perhaps now it is time for focus on the rest of that saying “No man is an Island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the Continent, a part of the main.” Herein lays the invitation to rebuild each organisations new working reality – through connection.
An invitation to join us at one of two webinars being scheduled to suit multiple timezones.
Our webinar: Team Connection
We must evolve and shift our perspectives, values and assumptions of communication, relationship, and leadership. Healthy functioning, well connected teams and networks are much better placed to operate in this new world. They can anticipate and respond more effectively, and help keep spirits up while doing so. To illustrate this, we will dive into the following topics:
- What is team connection and why is it important?
- How does team connection contribute to an organisations bottom line?
- How does the level of connection a team feels contribute to engagement, creativity and innovation?
- What impact does working from home and/or working remotely from our team members have on team connection?
- What can organisations do to encourage greater levels of team connection?
This will be an interactive session, where leaders, managers, and individual contributors can grow both in their understanding of team connection and in their ability to foster it across social distance.
Team Connection Slide Summary
Our webinar on Team Connection has now finished. If you would like a copy of the short slide summary please enter your details below. We will be hosting another webinar on this topic soon, we will let you know when in the coming weeks!