“When people have limited information about each other, eating the same food can increase camaraderie. That, in turn, can lead to trust and cooperation.”
“Remote work is not without challenges. 39% of managers believe it is harder to ensure team engagement and connection.”
New leadership habits
“The more geographically dispersed the team, the less effective the leadership becomes. By deliberately making space for virtual employees to engage in informal interactions, leaders can facilitate social cohesion and trust-building in their teams.”
“Weak ties are peripheral relationships among employees who don’t work closely with each other but have nonetheless connected over time. Weak ties have been shown to play an important role in team performance but are difficult to create virtually.”
How to make it better
Deliberately plan informal interactions for your team.
Strengthening connections for the world’s best companies.
Hundreds of distributed teams trust Teamraderie.
“With transition to remote work, we were looking to recreate the kind of informal interactions that typically happen in hallways or on the way to the company cafeteria. With Teamraderie experiences, not only did we achieve this goal, but also managed to strengthen our connection and learn new things about each other.”
Head of Business Development. Business Services Company
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