If after 15 months of covid crisis your organization does not have a plan to promote virtual get-togethers with colleagues, it failed.
If the only meetings are work-related meetings, if the participants rarely are from outside your team, if 1-1s keep being cancelled and postponed – because, you know, managers are busy -, it failed.
If there are no conversations around mental health, well-being, separation between work and personal life. If it is not offering some sort of incentives for therapy. It failed.
If the only times the company and the teams meet, it is the managers doing the talking, and all the other employees listening, it failed.
If what gets rewarded is still achieving personal goals, if cooperation is not actively stimulated, if teams are just a way to build walls rather than a way to reach out and help, it failed.
Just because your numbers are cool, it does not mean your people are too.
If you have not understood this during the past 15 months, you’ll probably never get it.