Nothing brings a remote team together like some good old-fashioned face-to-face time. Plan some time to eat, work, drink, and be merry with your colleagues. Forge friendships, get to know one another and get some great work done.
Now, of course, planning a team retreat is not a simple thing. When your team is spread out across different time zones, locations, and may not even have an office to meet at, it can be a logistical challenge to get everyone in the same room.
That’s why we put together this four-page checklist of all the things you need to consider when planning your next team retreat. From remembering to ask about dietary restrictions for your team members and bringing enough markers, to making sure you have goals set before setting off, we’ve thought of pretty much everything.
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