In 2020, the world went remote.

Many worried productivity would decrease —
the opposite happened.

52% of employees experienced burnout.
New words like “Zoom fatigue” were born.
And we met a lawyer who is definitely not a cat.

What made all this possible?

Collaborative technologies.

Zoom fatigue?
The 🔺 of the 🧊 berg.

Distributed teams come with major benefits to productivity and autonomy.

However there’s a significant downside over time: the erosion of trust, a key ingredient of high-performing teams.

Slowly but surely, we’re relying more on our tools and less on each other.

Collaboration is more than just  .

Slack and Asana aren’t going to build trust — at least, not by themselves.

Historically, we scheduled team off-sites to do that. Or provided executive coaching to SLT, in order to build emotional intelligence.

And while these methods work, they’re typically expensiveexclusive, and don’t scale well.

Slack, meet the
trust fall.

What would team development look like if it was dragged out of the 1990s?

What would leadership development look like if was digitally-enabledinclusive of the whole organisation, and within the flow of work?

We’re biased, but we think it looks like CharacterScope.

Ready to experience CharacterScope?