Team building exercises with PowerPoints and icebreakers are great. But if you really want your team to come together than blurting off odd facts probably won’t cut it. When you’re looking to get your corporate team out of the office and interacting with each other, check out these 9 Best Team Building Activities in Atlanta.
The Mystery Bus is a custom-tailored team building event that takes you to the most fun, hidden and unique experiences in the city of your choice. It’s a surprise for everyone as we hand pick each of your destinations tailored to match your team’s interests, time frame and budget. Your stops will include a physical activity, a culinary adventure and a cultural experience.
Work with your team to capture the best trailer for your next Hollywood blockbuster. Film your trailer and screen it for the other teams to watch as the judges decide which movie is the box-office must have.
Step out of your comfort zone and dine in the dark. You and your team will all be blindfolded and led through a tasting as you work together to guess what you are eating while working through tabletop team challenges.
With our Charity Bike Build, teams race against each other to solve trivia and build a number of children’s bicycles. These bicycles will be gifted to children whose families cannot afford to buy them one. We usually partner with charities like the Boys and Girls Clubs and Bikes for Tykes, but we can also partner with any local charity of your choice.
More than just trust exercises and trust falls, our TeamProv program consists of a workshop that teaches your team soft business skills. Skills that allow them to create more meaningful relationships with colleagues and contribute to having a productive work environment.
Our high tech iPad and smartphone scavenger hunt is a team building program with a conventional twist. With options ranging from our Go Team Amazing Race to the City Explorer, we can personalize your GoTek to reach your team’s objectives.
At TeamBonding, we are experts at mixing work & play to create team building events, both virtually and in-person globally, for businesses looking to positively impact their company culture, employee engagement and retention, on-the-job effectiveness and job satisfaction.
We’ve outlined five steps for starting and managing a remote team with a focus on building culture. No longer a special arrangement for a handful of team members, remote work has become more common than ever. Today, the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has imposed work from home mandates, and many companies need to start and manage remote teams, fast.
In a world rife with distractions and a population more easily sidetracked than ever, it’s becoming more and more difficult for companies to keep their employee morale strong.
With a new year comes new goals and challenges. As a business owner or manager, some of those challenges include figuring out how to increase numbers and maximize efficiency. Most of your success, however, comes down to one thing – improving work performance.
Consider the experience of starting a job from the perspective of your newly hired employees.
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?” – Martin Luther King, Jr. Quotes from history offer immeasurable inspirational leadership advice. Great leaders and activists from history highlight what our country and world has been through and remind us how we can change it.
It’s a new year, which means making personal new year’s resolutions and office resolutions. A great way to do this is to start a goal sheet. Write down everything you envision for the year. If you haven’t started on your 2020 Vision goal sheet, here are some tips to get a head start!
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