When 2020 sent us to remote work, nothing terrible happened: productivity did not drop, new projects started, new people came to teams ... But in the remote mode, we still lost something important - close and warm ties within the company. The atmosphere that has been created over the years has changed. It was no longer possible to simply meet the CEO in the corridor and discuss something, hold a spontaneous "rally" at the coffee point, or play board games with the whole team. My room team found the answer to our question: "How to establish connections in a remote environment?" and their team facilitation course fit perfectly into our internal learning system. In general, if you use one of the rules for giving feedback, you can say: I appreciate - professionalism, ease of communication, and flexibility; I am learning, together with other team leaders and project managers, to work with the team at a new level; I want to continue cooperation and believe that it is mutual!