Are you looking to get inspiration on how to boost your team meetings, you want to change your meeting dynamic?
Remote working has allowed us to become flexible and agile, and it's provided us with the opportunity for business continuity during unprecedented times. We have lost personal connectivity with teammates, colleagues, and broader stakeholders.
How many times do you virtually call someone to grab a coffee? We are therefore missing out on those vital interpersonal connections that move teams from working with each other transactionally to working together as an aligned unit.
That's why it's so vital working together or virtually that we invest in connected teams; to ensure that staff remain positive, productive, and engaged, no matter where they are based in the world.
Natasha Jain has helped business across the globe in connecting with their team across industries. She is using Theatre techniques. Theatre techniques can assist teams in breaking down barriers, developing relatability and allow for bonds to be formed in a creative and playful manner.
After a session with Natasha, you will leave feeling refreshed, having learnt techniques that can help you relax in your day to day life. You will also have the opportunity to see your 'colleagues' in a fresh light like never before, dispel old perceptions and create new memories, connecting with each other in a novel and creative way.
DCC Member 50 HKD
Non - Member 150 HKD
(10 pax capacity and zoom details will be shared the day before).
Feedback from 'Unwind with Natasha' sessions:
"I got to know other team members better, laughed a lot, felt relaxed and learnt some useful techniques to help stay mentally and physically healthy whilst working from home."
"I will definitely recommend this to other groups, as this helps in creating an environment for better collaborative discussions and agile working."
"It was lovely seeing the fun side of the team, especially the number of raised hands during the questions part. And I'm definitely going to practice the tongue twisters."