Bringing the community to Zoom meetings
As we gradually become accustomed to a new regime with many of us working from home, the people working in Human Resources/Talent Success/Employee Experience face a new challenge – that of making the organisation’s most valuable capital feel part of a community despite being dispersed/disparate. All organisations want to retain their good people and attract the best talent, and studies show that a sense of belonging to a tribe/family/community, or in other words a strong and identifiable organisation culture, is a key retention/attraction driver.
We know that strong values/leadership/coordination drives culture, but how do the people whose job it is to nurture culture do this nowadays, where the level of connectedness is at an all-time low, and the main vehicle for culture generation is a Zoom meeting, a webinar or a dial-in townhall?
Keep everyone’s attention with chat, polling, Q&A, reactions, annotations, and more. Use Breakout Rooms in meetings for smaller training or ideation groups. Understand your engagement levels with attention indicators and reports.
Here are some useful links on ‘Bringing community to Zoom meetings ‘.
- Best practices for hosting a digital event
- Building a sense of community among employees
- Culture drives that improve employee retention
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