Posts tagged: jillian

5 Disney Clips That Showcase Leadership Qualities

Leadership Qualities found in Disney Movies

If you stop and think about it, Disney movies teach valuable lessons about the power of encouragement, teamwork, and leadership.

Many of these qualities are essential to young children,  and to our backbone here at TeamBonding as well.
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Feature Friday | Outdoor Team Building Activities

 

Outdoor Team Building Activities for The Summer Season

 

 

Supply List:

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  • A few PVC pipes
  • Several feet of rope
  • A roll of duct tape
  • A couple of garbage bags or tarps
  • A pack of beach balls

Ok, have all of the materials gathered? Great. Now build a boat durable enough to carry a team member out to a buoy and then back to shore.

Wait….. What? Is that even safe?

Sure, it might seem a little far-fetched, but trust us – with a little strategy and collaboration, your team can be gliding safely and seamlessly across a body of water.
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Green Lunches | 3 Green Team Building Ideas That Work

#3 Green lunches build strong teams.

Did you bring lunch to elementary school in your Spiderman or Tweety Bird lunch bag? Well, for a lot of us, that is probably the last time we were very “green” about eating lunch.

As the eco-friendly phenomena continues to surge forward, now is as good a time as any to dust off the reusable lunch bag and start bringing a greener lunch to work.

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Meet Team Building Intern, Jillian

team building intern

In this series of articles we take five minutes to chat with a member of the TeamBonding team so you can get an idea of the sort of people we are.

In this installment we talk to Jillian, one of our team building interns, about chilling out, maxing, relaxing all cool. Oh, and one rare genetic disposition…

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Feature Friday: Charity Team Building Activities

Bike Receiving

Wind in your hair, your parent’s hand supporting your back while guiding you along, an ear-to-ear grin spread wide across your face…

Everyone who has experienced it will certainly remember their first bike ride.

If not your first successful ride, then you at least remember that first terrifying fall into the bushes.

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