Team building has 3 main cycles, the first one starts when we need to hire Talent and build a team, then we must make sure each team member understands their role and added value while being able to work together, and at last to maintain and grow the team for maximum productivity.
During the hard times of COVID-19 while most companies are working remotely, it is important for us to stay close to our values and continue our work regularly. Thanks to modern technology, we can communicate easily with our teams and keep in contact regularly with all employees.
While it can be challenging during the first days to focus while working from home, staying true to your schedule and your duties will ease the transition between office and home – employers have a bigger challenge as they need to make sure their employees have the technology set up as well as motivate them regularly to make sure they are engaged.
Employers need to clearly communicate their expectations towards their employees while working from home to avoid misunderstandings and missed deadlines.
Here are some ways they can do so:
In times of crisis, as we are experiencing now, employers and employees need to feel confident and support each other while maintaining a team spirit as this will determine the long term engagement and productivity of the company.
Daniel Naggar is the Co-Founder of Kukatree, an employee referral recruitment SaaS software provider and leader in sourcing talent by using your employees’ networks to generate referrals. It’s engaging, fun, and rewarding.