#1 - A little bit of grounding: This is where a quick meditation might come in handy.
#2 - A bit of context: Share one thing that’s on your desk right now!
#3 - A little bit of laughter: I recently heard Les Brown share in a presentation that a minute of laughter boosts your immune system for 24 hours. What can you to do create a bit of humor?
#4 - A little stress relief! Check out these 20 stress reduction activities from Sophaya.
#5 - Thinking about things in a different perspective: Edward de Bono’s Six Thinking Hats tool is always a great go-to to explore issues from multiple perspectives.
#6 - Leveraging strengths: Check out this earlier blog post on Leveraging Strengths for remote teams.
#7 - Creating connection: One of my favorite exercises to do at the start of the call (even before stay-at-home became a reality for many of us) was a quick exercise of What’s Outside Your Window? Check it out in action in the April 15th Community Call I co-hosted for the Remote Pathways podcast.
Here’s a great list on the A – Z of building a remote team from Trello’s blog – you can find it here.
You may also want to go back to the A-Z series I did back in 2017 as well.
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