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Digital Team-Building Activities

Think IBM, Pepsi, Sony, Canon, Nokia, Merrill Lynch. These global businesses are using virtual games in many aspects of their businesses from virtual team building, virtual team collaboration through to talent acquisition to engaging customers online in an exciting way.


Is it time to Ask Your Boss to Work Online from Home?

If you’re showing any of the symptoms outlined above, perhaps it’s a sign that you need to consider taking your job online and start working remotely or working virtual from home! Which brings us to the very next important question of HOW to ask to work from home?


What is a Virtual Team?

A virtual team is a group of people that while working together on one or various projects, do so from various geographic locations throughout the world. Individuals working in a virtual team generally do not work face-to-face, but use technology to facilitate direction and communication – most often provided online via the web.


Can VA’s Earn Good Money?

So Can VA’s Earn Good Money? In fact a skilled Virtual Assistant can earn GREAT MONEY! There is a lot of earning potential in the working virtual industry.

Your earnings really depend a lot on YOU. Your skills, talents, experience, how much you’re willing to network, how much you’re willing to invest in yourself and your business and how much commitment or staying power you have.

There are a number of factors you will want to consider and a few questions to ask yourself if you’re planning a virtual assistant career path and want to know how much you can really earn as a virtual assistant.


A Virtual Team Game Is Not Always A Virtual Team Building Activity – Here’s Why?

Looking for the ultimate virtual team building game for your virtual team? Firstly, a lot of “virtual team games” are just that, virtual games. They’re designed for you and your team to simply have some fun. Having some fun with your team is a definite plus and will go a long way to boosting team morale, but if you’re looking for real long-term team building benefits, you need to look for more than fun.