Running a remote-first company is hard. Keeping employees engaged, aligned, and accountable can be challenging when everyone is working from home, and loneliness can become a real issue for key team members if you, as an employer, are not providing adequate opportunities for in-person connection.
Amidst the changing world of remote work, there’s one thing you, as a People Leader, can bet on: Offsites are here to stay, and you will likely have a hand in planning them.
This can feel like a daunting task, but by methodically taking into account all of your attendees’ needs, you’ll be able to overcome logistical challenges, ensure the effectiveness of your agenda, and achieve the overall business objectives for each Offsite you plan.
With a regular cadence of Offsites, you’ll be on your way to building a world-class, remote-first culture.
How to decide on business objectives for your Offsite (and hold your C-suite accountable to giving you guidance sooner rather than later)
How to stay within budget while ensuring seamless logistics
Tips for maximizing the ROI on your retreats before, during, and after you meet with your team in-person
How to ensure your Offsites are inclusive and offer “something for everyone” in your venue selection, agendas, and activity selection.
Real-world examples of how other People Leaders are leveraging Offsites to build high-performing remote and hybrid teams (with actionable advice so you can do the same)