Rising Team Releases Mini Kits to Expand Its Team Development Platform


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Rising Team announces its introduction of its Mini Kits. The Mini Kits will help leaders to increase trust and understanding in their teams with 10–15-minute sessions and boost team effectiveness.

Business leaders can also have access to a full set of Mini Kits, and they can be used for quick, meaningful team connection.

Minis are designed for both laptop and mobile use and can be accessed by teams across levels, functions, remote or in-person workplaces, and desktop-less workers.

This solution is built to improve team performance and engagement so that companies can gain higher retention rates, increase their employee effectiveness, and improve overall employee satisfaction.

Read More: Rising Team Releases Mini Kits, Expanding Its Team Development Platform to Serve Frequent Team Meetings and Front Line Workers

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