It looks like work from home is here to stay for many of us. Nearly three quarters (74%) of business leaders surveyed in this year’s YPO Global Pulse survey believe flexible work arrangements will become more permanent throughout 2022. For many businesses this means more Zoom meetings, mismatched time zones, and mute button fumbles for their fully remote or co-located teams.
You can use your forum@work to continually address challenges created by remote work and follow our Tips for Conducting Forum Virtually to ensure your virtual forum creates an environment of high trust, commitment, and goodwill among your team.
Your forum@work is a unique one hour window for your team members to share their daily highs and lows. As a result, your forum meeting is a great place for your team members to be vulnerable and transparent about the challenges (and opportunities) they face while working from home.
While numerous articles lament the prevalence of Zoom fatigue, reduced productivity, and distractions working from home, we often feel like we’re the only ones experiencing these challenges. In your forum you can create stronger connections between your team and begin to overcome these obstacles by providing your team members the opportunity to share and relate to each other’s experiences.
Tips for Conducting Forum Virtually
We’d love to hear from you about how you conduct your forum@work virtually and which tips you will implement with your team! Let us know by joining the conversation on our LinkedIn page!