Are you wondering how to support your remotely working employees?
The sense of unity within the team drops with another video conference, without the video on and the ever, overly formal emails, our language becomes professional, dry and devoid of a social dimension.
Using only the tools necessary to work and maintain communication limits our ability to create and maintain relationships, and the lack of direct contact limits the ability to respond in real time to problems that arise.
Before the reality changed, even hearing the supervisor say “WELL DONE!” in the hallway made one feel better about his job. Today, employees who do not feel supported by their actions, or who do not feel noticed and appreciated, are distancing themselves from their employer and losing their sense of security.
You are able to support open communication, to monitor moods in teams to react immediately to negative changes and problems that arise to prevent excessive and unnecessary staff turnover.
This tool kit allows you to made a real impact on shaping the atmosphere in the Company, with a non-verbal manner, without negative connotations, facilitates the open communication of expectations and an appreciation of success.
TeamToolbox helps you to have a dialogue with your employees without the need for direct contact so even working remotly you can publicly and directly show gratitude or appreciation and give feedback or support to your team members using only one application!
We found a solution!
TeamToolbox was specifically created to reinforce interpersonal relationships under conditions of remote work
and work in distributed teams. It offers you many solutions supporting an open communication
based on respect and mutual appreciation, give your people a chance to grow and create an uniqe culture.
Effectiveness confirmed in practice
Don’t take our word for it – just see what our clients think!
– Dominika Krycińska,
Executive Edutacion Director,
– Bartłomiej Badura,
Scrum Master & Member of Management Board
Warsaw Mathematical Institute
– Marek Gębka,