Connecting Peers via Matching and Igniting Conversations via Watercooler in Your Chosen Slack or Microsoft Teams Channels, Plus Celebrating Birthdays and Work Anniversaries
LEAD.bot for Slack
LEAD.bot for Microsoft Teams
Encourage your teams to talk in existing channels, or create a new #watercooler channel for this purpose.
Dive Into LEAD’s Extensive Library of Water Cooler Topics: Choose from a Wide Range of Pre-loaded Categories, Upload Your Own via CSV, or Harness LEAD.bot’s AI to Craft and Personalize Conversation Starters.
Enhance workplace engagement: spark light-hearted, timezone-friendly conversations visible to all members in your selected Slack channel or Microsoft Teams team.
I love reading through Watercooler threads to learn about my colleagues when taking coffee breaks. I’m also looking forward to finding topics I’m interested in and starting casual discussions.
We love Watercooler because of it’s matching process. It’s a great add-on feature for us in our remote workplace – just like the watercooler chats we used to have in the office.
Supports various types of mentorship, such as peer to peer, speed, reverse, and mutual mentoring. Group people based on department, topic, or seniority level.
Don’t just check in with new hires on the first 30, 60, and/or 90 days, make your workplace a warm community where new hires can find friends, mentors, sponsors, and coffee mates.
LEAD.bot periodically introduces new hires with other colleagues based on your company initiatives.
Building a supportive company culture can be easy with LEAD.Bot. Easily creating an environment for mentorships encouraging knowledge share between colleagues through manager meetups or coffees meetups.
LEAD.Bot can also be used to set up programs such as reviews and demos between colleagues.
Make small-group intros for opinion discussions on topics such as sponsorship, sense of belonging and what matters for your organization. Groups can put their thoughts together into actionable items.
Help distribute group discussions materials such as readings, podcasts, talks, and help execute the best practice methods.