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Virtual Classroom

A virtual classroom is not just a video just video conferencing tool where instructors and participants engage with each other and with the learning material. The difference with other video conferencing tools is that virtual classrooms offer an added set of features that are essential to a learning environment.

Ice Breakers

Ice Breaker meetings do exactly what they say on the tin: break the ice. Use ice breakers to build trust and establish strong bonds between team members – and have some fun!

Game Night

Virtual game nights are events in which teammates get together online to play games and have fun. It’s an excellent opportunity for the team to establish better connections and wind down.

Coffee Chat

Coffee chats are informal meetings where you can catch up with peers – both within your team and from other departments. The best part? It can all be done remotely.

Sprint

A sprint meeting is a short work effort when a Scrum team works to complete a set amount of tasks in a limited period of time.

Ideation

Ideation meetings help teams come up with novel ideas for a specific problem. That means creating a zone where ideas, no matter how out there, can be thrown around and analyzed.

Brainstorm

A brainstorming session requires a group of people to put their heads together. The goal is to come up with as many ideas as possible to find the best way to solve a given problem.

War room

War room meetings are used for teams to gather to discuss current projects. But don’t let the name fool you; it can still be cozy.

Daily Stand-up

Daily stand-ups start the day in the best way possible and improve communication in your team, which directly affects the outcomes of collaborative tasks.

Interview

Interviews are used for a company to evaluate a candidate looking for a new and exciting role and for a candidate to learn more about the company.

Feedback session

Feedback sessions are ideal for improving your team’s workflow and helping everyone grow and be the best version of themselves. Here’s how to organize them when you work remotely.

One to One

One-to-one meetings are between you and another team member. They’re quick, useful, and can be pretty cozy, too.

Office hours

Office hours are the perfect solution for team leaders who can’t seem to find the time for their teammates. They’re the key to staying connected with your company.

Virtual HQ

A virtual HQ is precisely what the name suggests. It’s a virtual representation of your team’s headquarters where people can get together and discuss important matters.

Quick catch-ups

Quick catch-ups are informal meetings. Actually, they’re a rare type of office meeting where “business stuff” is pushed to the side and peers can talk about something personal.

Kick-off

A kick-off meeting is an initial discussion about how to start (kick-off) a particular project. It’s super-important to make sure everyone’s on the same page from the get-go.

All-Hands

An all-hands meeting is where all teams and departments discuss an important topic. It’s essential for keeping the entire company informed and up-to-date.

Coworking

Coworking is where you work alongside your teammates, tap their shoulders whenever you have a question, and crack the occasional joke.

Team meeting

Team meetings are prescheduled and everyone’s briefed on the topics in advance. They improve collaboration and productivity so each project runs smoothly and on time.

Virtual Onboarding

Implementing an impactful onboarding experience creates a positive brand image and reputation — it can even result in higher retention rates. When new employees see companies making this effort, it increases their trust and confidence in the organization from the get-go.

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Sales Team Meeting

Sales teams have unique roles and responsibilities within a company. They’re the face of the company in front of customers and they sit at the core of every industry.

Coworking

Coworking is where you work alongside your teammates, tap their shoulders whenever you have a question, and crack the occasional joke.

Team meeting

Team meetings are prescheduled and everyone’s briefed on the topics in advance. They improve collaboration and productivity so each project runs smoothly and on time.

Virtual Onboarding

Implementing an impactful onboarding experience creates a positive brand image and reputation — it can even result in higher retention rates. When new employees see companies making this effort, it increases their trust and confidence in the organization from the get-go.

Coming Soon!

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