|Last week, our small but mighty RedThread team gathered for a company offsite in San Francisco. It was the first time many of us had met in person, and the energy was palpable. We used our time together to brainstorm and debate different topics, resulting in walls colored with clusters of sticky notes. Of course, it wasn't all work – we had many laughs and good fun during a cooking class and an incredible boat tour around San Francisco Bay.
To me, one of the reasons our offsite was so successful was because we built various forms of connection into each thing we did. For many of us, we heard this concept discussed in our current podcast season The Great Reconnection. This season, in general, sparked a few discussions about how our team can continue connection remotely and incorporate each episode's learnings into what we do.
On your next walk or commute home, tune into an episode. You won't be disappointed. And if you're looking for a space to connect with others and talk about connection, join our roundtable this Thursday!
We'll also be discussing insights from this season on October 12, join the webinar.
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Lauren is a research analyst at RedThread Research. She has experience in various HR roles where she’s contributed to onboarding, performance management, and employee engagement initiatives. She's passionate about using the intersection of data and storytelling to help make organizations better. She holds an MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Baker College and a BS in International Business from Northeastern University.