There is no 'I' in Team...
There's a Whole Bunch of Them
Self-Leaders make not only the best Team Leaders,
but also the best Team Members
In today's remotely distributed organizations, the question "Who are we?" never gets to be answered or discovered by the "we”
Because no time or place is made for it
What You Need
Team Identity-Awareness and Culture-Building Methodology
4 Simple Questions Team Members never get to be asked,
and never get to answer
Answers every Team Leader must know
The pandemic has provoked unprecedented, in many cases unplanned-for growth of virtual teams, as employees are forced to work from home.
Without physical presence, team culture becomes even more unknowable as
the "who are we?" question, never mind its answers, falls off the radar.
Team identity-awareness is now more urgent than ever
Isolated in their at-home silos, the effectiveness of home-workers depends on how well they can lead themselves.
Every at-home-worker has now been promoted to become their own Self-Leader.
There is no technology to replace the cultural intel readily available in the office
It's the connections between Self-Leaders that creates culture. When there are no connections, there is no culture.
Team culture can quickly whither as team members isolated from a shared physical workspace know less and less about the team they are a part of and are contributing to. Increasingly interacting only in contexts of the job at hand paradoxically undermines productivity, innovation, engagement, and growth.
So how is work-team culture-creating kept vibrant when the channels for discourse for remote workers typically default to just those related to tasks and project management?
TeamView provides the necessary interpersonal nutrition for engaged, innovative, interconnected work teams, enabling connection that unleashes latent team resources by transcending task management and trivial socializing.
Team Culture "Elephant in the Room" Disconnects
What's Your Biggest Blind Spot?
It Doesn't Have to Be This Way
All it takes is 4 Simple Questions team members anonymously answer every day.
The idea that complex problems can benefit from simple solutions seems counter-intuitive.
But you won't know until you try it.
Send me an email and I'll tell you the four TeamView questions.