Updated: Oct 6, 2020
Otters hold hands when swimming, eating and resting in groups, known as "rafts", and have even been shown to
wrap sea plants around themselves to prevent families from losing each other especially when vulnerable.
High performing teams work in a similar fashion. In these times when workers are isolated, working from home or under pressure, individuals may start to feel a little vulnerable without the comfort of close connection. What can you do to replicate the traits of the otter? What is the sea plant that can be wrapped around your team to decrease vulnerability?
In uncertain times people look to those they trust for direction and guidance.
To Be Continued offers connection days designed to reconnect your team and debrief how the new ways of working are affecting individuals.