In-company conversations need structure to thrive
And WFH has brought too much structure some say. Those all-important unstructured moments known as “water-cooler moments” have been lost.
I believe structuring communication the right way can bring this back.
Where to place structure for conversation?
For remote teams these are the single most important point of contact with colleagues and you as their employer.
The right structure and standards can make these precious interactions not only highly productive and enjoyable but also a natural place for real conversation.
It’s tempting to go looking for “The App” that will solve the problem of natural conversation.
The truth is there’s plenty we can do with the digital channels that are already mainstream.
In Your Company Vocab
Does your company have a distinct vocabulary that reflects your culture and fosters a sense of loyalty and belonging?