As HubSpot’s remote population has grown from a handful of folks to over 300 in the past few years, we’ve learned a number of lessons on how to pivot in-person communications into a virtual environment. When it comes to a team meeting, we’ve learned that while the content often remains the same, the way in […]
2020 has brought with it unexpected levels of stress, anxiety, and fear for people across the globe.
Asking “How is everyone?” at the beginning of every meeting isn’t always the best way to encourage connection and team bonding. Sometimes, you need to take it a step further with an ice breaker.
HubSpot’s Management & Leadership Development Expert Shares Tips for Staying Productive When You Work From Home
One of the best training sessions I’ve attended for my career was the PeopleFuel®️ program by The Energy Project at HubSpot. Here, I learned that to be most productive at work, I needed to manage my energy, not my time. The training was led by Nick Congelosi, HubSpot’s Management and Leadership Development Head.
“As the saying goes, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. This is especially true in the context of distributed teams,” says Meaghan Williams, HubSpot’s Remote Work and Inclusion Program Manager. Essentially, this is why team building is important. Team building gives your team a greater sense of togetherness.
In 2020, working remotely is now more popular than ever.
To create the optimal customer experience, it’s undeniably critical your sales and marketing teams are well-aligned.