Building Trust in Remote Teams: Optimizing Connection, Collaboration, and Cooperation

12:45 – 1:45 PM

Session Description

How do you keep your team connected with the limitations of virtual meetings? Suddenly, it’s more important than ever for each member to understand and appreciate their differences; to see beyond the screen and see each other’s human-side to maintain trust.

In this dynamic program, Tina Hallis, Ph.D. will unveil the neuroscience of connection and why it’s critical for optimum teamwork. But more importantly, you will leave with specific strategies and tools that you can choose from to use with your people.

When you take the time for intentional connection, you optimize your team’s effectiveness, their motivation, and their loyalty.


Attendees will:

  • Discover why our brains need to trust others for optimum collaboration
  • Explore the factors that get in the way of trust and keep us on-guard, especially in virtual environments
  • Engage with tools and activities that can be used with remote teams.


Tina Hallis

Tina Hallis, Ph.D. is certified in Positive Psychology through the WholeBeing Institute, an Authorized Partner for Everything DiSC®, and a Professional Member of the National Speakers Association. She is the author of Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity & Success.Tina worked for 20+ years in Biotechnology before discovering a new science called Positive Psychology in 2011. Seeing the powerful impact this information has on improving people and organizations, she decided to create her own company, The Positive Edge. Her mission is to help people build their positivity skills so their work is more enjoyable and their organizations become more successful.Tina has had the opportunity to share this life-changing information with thousands of people from a variety of industries including government agencies, academic institutions, medical staff, financial institutions, biotech companies, manufacturing companies, sales teams, nonprofits, and more.