Virtual/Online Team Building

Team Building From Home

With so many people working remotely these days, it’s very easy for employees to feel isolated and disconnected from their team members and their company or organization. That’s why we offer an array of virtual/online team building activities and exercises specifically designed for employees that work remotely. Our virtual/online team building activities are tailored to improve and enhance employee communication and collaboration, while building a sense of friendship and camaraderie and trust. All of these dynamics lead to better team performance and success.

Online Team Building

Have a Remote Team?

If you have a remote team of employees, you must understand that they are functioning under very challenging circumstances that are significantly different from those of your onsite teams. Therefore, you need to provide them with virtual/online team building that will instill a sense of connectedness and visibility among team members and administrative staff. Some of the virtual/online team building activities we use include:


  • Video conference calls that can instill a sense of office culture
  • Group chats that promote connectedness among virtual team members
  • Virtual coffee breaks or lunches where team members can interact in a relaxed atmosphere
  • Create a virtual space where team members can socialize, like a virtual water cooler.


Virtual/online team building is a new concept for many companies. You may have questions about how this kind of team building activity can work. Here are some of the most frequent questions and answers.

What’s the best way to build virtual/online team success?
Whether working onsite or remotely, the most critical element to a team’s success is to make sure every employee feels visible, that they know their voice is heard, and their contributions are valued.
What virtual/online team building do you do to foster connectedness and trust?
The best way to build and strengthen relationships among remote team members is with video conferencing. Seeing real faces during remote conferences or chats develops a deeper sense of team bonding, friendship, and trust.
What background do you have in team building and professional development?
We are an international soft skills training company with over 15 years of success in providing team building workshops and professional development to companies and organizations throughout the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Each of our programs can be tailored to meet your specific needs.

The Big Picture

Knowing and appreciating the various personality styles found in every work environment. Simply by understanding how each team member can contribute to the big picture in his or her own unique way, our teams get stronger and better every day.

Team Building From Home

Onsite Team Building

Onsite team building is a highly effective way to strengthen the bond, communication and unity of any staff. Taking employees out of their everyday environment for activities that foster engagement, creativity and problem solving can encourage collaboration between departments, keep stress levels low and improve employee morale.

Offsite Team Building

Offsite team building is an incredibly effective tool for professional development, as it helps teams to use their collective strengths to build better connections and create an environment that fosters collaboration. By organizing activities outside of the normal workspace, teams can strengthen relationships while helping to form creative problem-solving strategies.

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