Build habits that cultivate connection, camaraderie and trust in your hybrid/remote team 👊 🚀

How it works 👇

💚 CHECK INS

Each morning, Common Code will DM team members to pick a color to describe how they’re feeling that day. They will then have the option to add some context for why they selected the color they did. These Check Ins will be shared with all team members to foster greater connection and understanding of how people are truly feeling.

Why:
With Check Ins, you’re able to create a culture of authenticity and transparency. Teams use Check Ins as a way to build a culture of trust. An automated Check In becomes authentic when humanity is infused. We could always use a nudge to open up with others and share how we’re feeling.

💚 CHECK INS

Each morning, Common Code will DM team members to pick a color to describe how they’re feeling that day. They will then have the option to add some context for why they selected the color they did. These Check Ins will be shared with all team members to foster greater connection and understanding of how people are truly feeling.

Why:
With Check Ins, you’re able to create a culture of authenticity and transparency. Teams use Check Ins as a way to build a culture of trust. An automated Check In becomes authentic when humanity is infused. We could always use a nudge to open up with others and share how we’re feeling.

TOP3s📝

On Mondays, Common Code will DM team members prompting them to select their Top3 priorities for the week. These will get saved HERE to help you and your team stay focused and aligned. Top3s will be revealed at 5pm on Monday in your team’s Slack channel. On Wednesday you will be prompted to update your team on the progress that has been made in your Top3s.

Why:
Team members use Top3s to take stock of their week ahead. The exercise of prioritizing tasks is helpful on its own, however, logging them for the team to see provides a valuable level of accountability and open communication. Teams find that the more visibility they have into one another’s weekly priorities, the more collaboration can occur.

TOP3s

On Mondays, Common Code will DM team members prompting them to select their Top3 priorities for the week. These will get saved HERE to help you and your team stay focused and aligned. Top3s will be revealed at 5pm on Monday in your team’s Slack channel. On Wednesday you will be prompted to update your team on the progress that has been made in your Top3s.

Why:
Team members use Top3s to take stock of their week ahead. The exercise of prioritizing tasks is helpful on its own, however, logging them for the team to see provides a valuable level of accountability and open communication. Teams find that the more visibility they have into one another’s weekly priorities, the more collaboration can occur.

🎉 WINS

On Friday, the tool prompts each individual to reflect on what they accomplished each week, shout out a teammate, and tie their Wins of the week back to their Top3s (because getting sh*t done is a major win). After all Wins are collected, they’re shared with the team to encourage wider celebration, conversation, and connection.

Why:
Receiving recognition and positive reinforcement causes the production of dopamine, which tells us to keep doing whatever we did to receive that praise. Over time, this leads to boosted motivation, engagement, and productivity. Recognition makes people feel accomplished, doing it on Fridays helps teams end the week on a high note.

🎉 WINS

On Friday, the tool prompts each individual to reflect on what they accomplished each week, shout out a teammate, and tie their Wins of the week back to their Top3s (because getting sh*t done is a major win). After all Wins are collected, they’re shared with the team to encourage wider celebration, conversation, and connection.

Why:
Receiving recognition and positive reinforcement causes the production of dopamine, which tells us to keep doing whatever we did to receive that praise. Over time, this leads to boosted motivation, engagement, and productivity. Recognition makes people feel accomplished, doing it on Fridays helps teams end the week on a high note.

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