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Five questions to help evaluate your virtual team building

IbyIMD+ Published 21 May 2021 in Brain Circuits • 2 min read

Forming effective teams has new challenges when you have never met in person, learn how do it, and make sure the team has the bonds necessary to work together.

Top teams require personal connections to ensure cohesion and functioning on a higher level. This has been harder since teams across the globe have been forming and changing in a virtual world.

But there are measures you can take to create bonds even if your only face-to-face interactions are through a screen.

Here are five questions to ask yourself when evaluating your efforts to create effective teams in a virtual environment:

  1. Is there a space for casual interactions in our virtual workplace?

This is something that physical offices should be designed for as people come back to work. Remember that a large portion of the workforce is likely to remain virtual at least part of the time. Therefore, you need to create spaces such as chat boards and interest groups, where employees can interact casually, especially with…

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