Working remotely is little bit tiring and you need some icebreakers to keep you enjoy. For some people, working remotely is a good choice.
1. Introductory Interviews
The easiest way of getting to know someone is by asking them questions. Including new members of the staff answering the questions makes it clear they know about what they are involved in.
All at the meeting should begin with the same basic questions, such as their name and age, and then open the door to questions from the rest of the party.
The information you will learn about each person will be unique and more easily remembered.
Live polls are a great way to engage an audience with anonymity, taking away a layer of anxiety from the quieter members. Websites such as online and generate the same results. Slido is also available as an app for a smartphone.can be used in a conference hall or
Ask the participants about their day, collect feedback, and gage improvement during a chat. Drop in a few fun questions to elicit some funny responses, encouraging participants to speak up and confirm their responses if they wish.
A combination of important questions and enjoyable challenges will help remain involved on all fronts.
Team insightful data can help a manager to fine-tune projects and assignments. Creative solutions may help to decide who will be responsible for potential re-branding of the product.
3. Employee Spotlight
Every meeting can feature one of your co-workers or employees before the normal itinerary commences. Give the selected person a short amount of time to introduce themselves however they would like.
They can share pictures of their family, present a song they have written or what have you. Screen-sharing makes this feasible for remote meetings as well.
Hosts can grant screen sharing access to the person of honor to use as they please.
Writer: Irly Nurvitasari
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