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Virtual TeamBonding

Program Overview

Sixty-five percent of virtual work teams report that they have never had a team building session. Yet research shows that the virtual teams who have participated in virtual team building exercises scored significantly higher in leadership, decision making and team performance.

It’s time to take the next important step in creating virtual teams.

The Virtual TeamBonding program simulates a day in the life of a virtual team. From conference call meetings to e-mail agendas, virtual work teams must work together, though physically apart, to reach the goals.

Under the guidance of our facilitators, virtual work teams race against the clock, sharing ideas and information, in order to meet 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.

The program also includes team building icebreakers that are designed to facilitate relationships and bonds within your virtual team. Virtual work team members leave the training session with a positive experience that fuels collaboration and communication. And they get the tools to keep virtual team collaboration and communication strong – creating virtual teams that work, and keep on working.

 

Specifications

Group Size

10 - 100

Time Needed

1 - 4 hours

Ideal For
  • Management seminars/retreats
  • Company reorganization/relocation
  • New projects kickoffs
Customization

*Every program we offer can be tailored. You will work with your dedicated, in-house Event Planner to tailor the program to meet your goals and desired outcomes.

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