Posts tagged: event planning tips

Team Building Theme: St Patrick’s Day!

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As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, you’re looking forward to holiday celebration and enjoying the company of others. Did you know that legend says that each leaf of the clover means something: the first is for hope, the second for faith, the third for love and the fourth for luck?

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Double Tree Hilton | Boston North Shore Meeting Venue

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Working with a Hilton brand venue, you are guaranteed expert attention and service. Quality accommodation, food and style make for a stellar Boston North Shore meeting venue.

The Danvers location benefits from a recent update to all their twenty five function spaces, including the 10,000 square foot Grand Ballroom, the largest on the North Shore.

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Don’t Be Your Own Worst Team Building Enemy

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“I just try to get out of my own way because if anyone is their own worst enemy, it’s usually you.” – Taylor Dayneteamwork

Many team building tips focus on how you can influence others to collaborate… communicate… just speak to each other! Meanwhile, networking and career building advice tends to focus more on you, the individual.

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Tips for Team Building: Who, What, When, Where, Why…?

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Clarify roles and responsibilities.

Need some tips for team building? Whether you’re planning an event or working on team building long term, a big challenge for teams is a lack of clarity on individual roles and responsibilities. Clarify roles, institute accountability and achieve your common vision and goals.
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Successful Team Building Tip: Learning to Let Go… Yes, You Have To

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Team Building facilitators are event and team building experts.  You are a business expert. Those are not the same thing.

You have built a successful career, managed and supported successful teams through successful business endeavors and basked in the glory of some substantial…success. A lot of your success stems from knowledge and experience that you have developed over time. That’s why you’re so important to your team and to your company.
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