Making the Human Connection Is KEY As We Are Integrating And Reintegrating Our Teams

As we begin to come back together we are feeling the impact of being apart for so long, anxious feelings, awkward momentsSavvy leaders who are getting their teams together in the same physical location for the first time in more than two years know how to deal with anxiety.

We’re excited to be together again but most of us get nervous, too. I’ve been making live presentations and have wondered if I could still do it. Many of the people on teams I support have never met each other in person, and are concerned about the impression they’ll make.

Here’s why I’m excited about the past few weeks of delivering my training live and in person. It turns out that hearing each others’ stories, sharing Insightful Vulnerability™ in a safe setting, and going deep on listening, is a great way to integrate and re-integrate team members.

As we get together in person again it is important for you, as a leader, to be purposeful and conscious about getting your team together. There’s a lot of work to be done, work that requires teamworkhuman connections and people who respect each other so they can collaborate and support each other. As I often say, that stuff is not logical… it is BIO-logical.

Bringing the human factors into your in-person meetings and interactions is more important now, than ever before. If you’d like my assistance with this just reply and we can find a time to talk.

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