Just because your team has been together for a long time, you can’t skimp out on or get lazy with your team building and team development efforts. Especially if you’re remote, or partially remote—your team needs to put effort into building that connection. 

However, having to put effort into it doesn’t mean it has to be difficult. It just has to be deliberate. 

One of my favorite ways to purposely and productively connect an already-established team is what I now call “Upside Down Questions.” Today’s video says it much better than my fingers can type. But I will tell you this—it requires 0 prep, 0 setup, 0 work ahead of time. It’s easy to lead and completely customizable.  

Check out today’s video for this technique and then reply to this email and let me know what you come up with and how it works. 

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Toward real connection—online and off,

CHAD LITTLEFIELD
Creator of the Connection Toolkit
Co-Founder at We and Me

 

PS – Ever get curious about how to use the action side on the back of the questions from the We! Connect Cards deckIf so, you’ll love this video with several Fun Movement Based Icebreakers and Energizers.

PPS – If you enjoyed the ideas in these videos, your brain will implode with happiness over the 100+ group exercises packed into the Connection Toolkit. Not to mention that your purchase of the Connection Toolkit includes a free-for-life subscription to playmeo.com—an online database with 500+ searchable collaborative activities

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