I'd like to invite you to join our upcoming remote training for leaders. I believe it will be worth your while. Both you and the company you work for will learn something that will help you thrive as these uncertain times we are facing continue. A difficult askWriting the paragraph
"People are passive", "Clumsy tools", "Lacking human connection"... These are all common challenges agile coaches, ScrumMasters and facilitators face when facilitating retrospectives remotely. At Flowa we have run Remote retrospective for years because we are located in Helsinki and Jyväskylä. We have also experience in facilitating retrospectives in multi-site teams.
Are you working from home during lockdown? Me too. Let's share and collect our challenges for mutual benefit. Maybe that will spark some ways to help each other.
CancelledUnfortunately this webinar was cancelled. We will keep covering the topic of games later in this webinar series. Sign up to next week's webinar is now open. See more info below. Productive Remote Teams Interactive Webinar: Remote retrospectives“People are passive”, “Clumsy tools”, “Lacking human connection”... These are all common
Context and challenge Many of us are now working from home and we need to co-create, brainstorm and make things happen together. This is not easy. Some have toddlers to look after and some have home schooling or other family members to support. Finding time for meetings can be difficult.
Last week we had a webinar about games that work well in remote setting, and why you should use them with your team. The webinar was fully booked and many people couldn't get their seat in time so this week we will do it again.
Games bring joy and connection to remote teams. If you care for the productivity and wellbeing of your remote team, you should consider playing more games together. This a growing list of games that we have found to work well with remote teams. SpaceteamA collaborative mobile shouting game https://spaceteam.