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Spontaneous Conversations & Connections

Jumping into the Cafe you can see the different people and conversations present. The social cue is that if I’m in the Cafe, I’m open to socializing - whether I’m on a break or working away but open for a chat. I can move between the tables and say high to different people and groups.

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Sure you could fire up a group video call and leave it running all day, but that’s just one conversation, you don’t know who’s in it before you join and let’s just say it — kinda creepy.

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Group Events That Connect

Are you talking at your team in video calls while they check out and work on anything else? Get them engaged by flipping the script. Give them time to connect and cross pollenate across the broader team by sitting in smaller groups.

Level up your town hall, sales meetings, strategic kick-offs and team meetings.

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Losing people to ‘multi-tasking’ through your big meeting? Group video calls start everyone in a big video grid and make it very hard for conversations to occur except for the few most outspoken people.

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Remote Interviewing

Walk candidates through a highly differentiated experience and get to hiring decisions fast.

Recruiters can move in and out of conversations, manage the flow and keep a candidate engaged in warm conversation between team member interviews.

Interviews can be adjusted in real time to handle scheduling changes with no calendar invite gymnastics.

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Remote interviewing requires a batch of video meeting links and let’s say it — kinda sucks. When an interviewer is late, the candidate doesn’t know what to do. Using the same meeting link for successive interviews leads to people stepping on each other or awkward gaps for the candidate. It’s a disjointed experience of separate meetings.

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Virtual Onboarding

Build better connections and ramp-up faster by wrapping the onboarding process around the newbies and making sure they have easy access to the resources they need.

Your new team members have a common locale for their first couple weeks of onboarding. They hang out in team rooms together as they ramp-up and get to know each other. Leaders and other team members come visit the group to share stories and start wrapping them in the culture. Key personnel from HR and IT are also present for quick access for the many questions that always surface. Leaders even set up office hours to be available as resources. It’s all about getting them connected to each other and others in the team as quickly as possible.

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Having the first two weeks at the company be comprised of a bunch of video meeting links with isolation in between is just depressing.

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Training

When live training matters, combine expert guidance from the stage with small group exercises & practice time to solidify learning. Participants stay at their tables instead of being pushed into breakouts. Of course you can always have folks shift around during the training as well. Participants at audience tables can interact with table mates while seeing and hearing the presenters on stage.

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Group video call breakouts are jarring to move in and out of and take users out of the context of their small group. They’re also an eerily silent place other than the occasional blasted group message - there’s no way for a trainer to talk to the whole group in their breakouts.