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Rick Pelletier
Fractional Integrator/CFO/COO

@Jenn78 - generally speaking, you would use your V/TO as your guiding tool for determining priorities. For example, if you were trying to set company Rocks for the next quarter, you would look at the 1 year goal and say what are the most important things that need to get done in the next 90 days to help us stay on track to achieve our 1 year goal. If your Leadership Team has different opinions on what those are, the Integrator would make the call.

Christine Watts
Head of Client Success & Product at

I think it can often vary team to team in an organization. We often share a lot on slack, make sure in team meetings we have zoom on, and a fun specific example is on our Dev standup we do fun fact Fridays. They can be personal or just generic, but I think just letting people have a personality and interests outside of their job is important on a manager to direct report level. I think we constantly try to communicate we are "real people" with real things going on outside of work and its not about a specific event... (More)

Cesar, we are a virtual company and have been for 16 years. So I don't know what "live" would be like for my team, but here are some things we've tried over the years:

Meet Ups - this one is new for us during COVID. It started because we realized people needed to talk, be worried, share stories and we didn't have a forum to so that. They are optional. There's no agenda. You can come and go. And we just hang out like we would if we caught each other in a break room.

Fun Virtual Events - if... (More)