Wildgoose launches remote team building to help colleagues working from home to stay connected and motivated

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Best known worldwide as the leading provider of digital team building events and activities, Wildgoose is proud to announce three pioneering virtual experiences that can help businesses prepare for a leap into the unknown. Over the past two days, Wildgoose has developed a new suite of products to support companies and their remote and isolated colleagues and teams, a move that responds to World Health Organisation concerns about employee wellness and mental health during the current crisis. The WHO has said staying connected and engaged with colleagues and networks is vital for mental health in stressful and worrying times.

Wildgoose is proud to have launched three pioneering virtual experiences that can help any business support remote and isolated colleagues and boost much-needed morale. These include:

  • The Daily Kick-Off – a creative self-led challenge that will set teams on the right track each morning by encouraging employees to shoot their own short motivational videos for one another. 
  • In the absence of work socials, The Team Quiz is a virtual pub quiz that enables teams to have a laugh and get competitive via video conferencing, keeping that feeling of unity firmly in place.
  • With The Virtual Away Day, teams work together from home to answer questions and complete challenges, developing the same brilliant communication and collaboration skills that they would on a regular team building day.

Jonny Edser, Founder and MD of Wildgoose, said:

“Virtual team building and support has never been more important for employee wellness and mental health. The prospect of prolonged isolation over a long period of time is not good for anybody. We are committed to helping businesses motivate, inspire, connect and engage with remote colleagues and teams. We want to do everything we can to put a smile back on the face of colleagues, make isolation less painful and make the working week work better at home.”

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