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Travel restrictions and safety concerns irrevocably changed the ability for companies to bond with clients and customers. Many companies still are trying to figure out a good way to connect with clients over virtual platforms.
The lack of in-person interaction makes it much harder for seasoned salespeople and customer-relationship managers to "read the room." It results in missed opportunity and causes a loss in the ability to discover new and transformational ideas and products together.
There are certain personality archetypes in every business partnership.
Because remote work is likely to persist in some form, business leaders charged with nurturing customer relationships must find a new way to build and grow transformational partnerships.
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During the pandemic and the switch to working from home, companies need ways to keep their teams focused and maintain a sense of togetherness.
But in most cases, virtual team building feels...
Effective team building contains two things:
Virtual team-building fails at both because it is nearly impossible to provide specialized attention on a group video call. And if you're attending a team-building video chat from your home office, it won't feel like a change of environment.
It's much harder to achieve the same level of bonding when you're not physically together.
Research shows that teams who experience mutual hardships strengthen connections, such as struggling through bad weather together.
Leaders and team members can make a virtue of this global situation and new world of work: you have an opportunity to introduce a totally new meeting culture, one that values candor and accountability.
It's not going to be easy, given the uncertainty we face. But now more than ever is important to work together.