Challenge #1: Isolation
Let’s face it:
You may feel isolated when your home suddenly becomes your office.
In offices, you shape your creative muscles by arguing, discussing, high-five, and celebrating together.
Or do non-work activities like playing TT, grab a coffee, or go out for lunch with your colleagues. These activities can help develop a strong relationship between coworkers.
When you go remote, you don’t have these luxuries. And you focus your time on “work” rather than relationship building and you often feel isolated and disconnected from coworkers.
The Solution: Use tools to make a human connection with teams
Today, companies focus on building a positive remote team culture because a company knows that personal bonds formed between team members actually give their company a competitive edge.