If you’re adhering to recommendations for social distancing to minimize health risks for your employees, you may have sent your teams home to work remotely. Teams need established touch points to remain united, especially as they reach targets together.
As companies grow, all managers and teams are pressed for time and meetings aren’t the best answer for staying close. Touch base at least weekly with a quick group meeting or video calls, and be sure communications include not only essential conversations for action but also gratitude and a focus on company and team vision and accomplishments.
Celebrate milestones in small ways, onsite and off.
For more tips on keeping your fast-growing team united, see my Forbes Coaches Council peers thoughts here. Contact Christine Rose for information on assessing and coaching psychological safety in teams.