What will your team celebrate this year? The free Trello Team Toolkit is here

There’s a new (and pretty exciting) reason to put #CelebrateTeams on your to-do list: The Trello Team Toolkit is here!

It’s the best of everything we’ve learned about collaborative teamwork at Trello in one handy (and free) collection. The kit contains five boards to tackle any type of teamwork that do on the daily:

  • All the projects your team needs to plan
  • A way to put an end to time-wasting meetings
  • Setting big goals (and reaching them)
  • Those team resources and internal FAQs that need organizing
  • A fun, collaborative planner for your next office party!

We want to give all teams something to celebrate this year, so we hope you copy the boards into your Trello team and give them a try.

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We also have a few teamwork questions for teams here in the Community:

What are your best tips or ideas for better teamwork? What part of working with a team would you like to be more productive? We want this resource to evolve and grow as awesome new ideas come up that need to be shared.

Or, if you’re feeling social, show off some examples of your awesome teamwork wins as inspiration—using the hashtag #CelebrateTeams—on Instagram and Twitter! We may even feature your team in an upcoming story or blog post.


P.S. We had a very special guest join us to plan an epic office party to kick things off. Come and visit the Trello Team Toolkit page to watch Angela Kinsey, party planner extraordinaire, get the teamwork celebrations started! (And yes, there’s a one-man heavy metal band, a disco ball with googly-eyes, and a dancing horse.)

 

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2 comments

Brittany Joiner Community Champion Jan 31, 2019

Tips/ideas for better teamwork? Over-communicate, and document communication to make it easy to reference. I truly think this is the solution that solves everything else, and a tool can only help teams be more productive and work together better if it does that. Which Trello does! And does it so wonderfully. 

Being able to communicate about the status of something at anytime and have notes and everything documented makes it so much easier to work on something because you have all the information you need right in front of you and if you have a question, it's so easy to ask more. 

I think another critical aspect of good teamwork - assume positive intent. Never assume that someone is out to get you or intentially slacking on a project, or that they're not doing their best on a project. Even if there is no positive intent, by assuming it, you'll usually feel better about your part of the project and be in a better spot to handle any issues. 

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Jodi LeBlanc Community Champion Feb 15, 2019

Love the Trello Team Toolkit - I have already shared it with a few teams and plan to use some components with my new team next week :)

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