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By: Madeline Tormey|October 17, 2014

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At TeamBonding, we emphasize the importance of communication at work. In today’s workforce, virtual communication has changed the way that we interact with one another.

Virtual TeamBonding by TeamBonding was designed to strengthen your teams skills through a series of virtual activities. Our enthusiastic and energized facilitators will guide your group as you work virtually with your other team members in a race against the clock, sharing ideas and information, in order tocommunication team building meet preset deadlines! As with any real-life virtual team, your virtual work team will face financial and time limitations. Each virtual team building game is aimed at increasing virtual team collaboration and communication.

Just like all of our other programs, we encourage you to customize your event in a way that will enhance skills that pertain to your everyday work! A few different variations on this event include:

  • Site Central TeamBonding
  • Virtual Traffic Jam
  • Site Central Toxic Waste
  • If You Build It, They Will Too
  • The Power of Best Practices

Check out the Virtual TeamBonding program details for further descriptions!

Communication team building activities foster big picture strategic thinking while strengthening effective delegation and time management skills. Get ahead of your competition and broaden your teams skills during this innovative, communication team building program!

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