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Yesterday we received an email from a client about her experience with our charity bike build. As per usual, the email was forwarded from our Event Managers to our Client Solutions Managers to our Facilitators on to our Production Team and then circulated around the rest of our office. Each forward contained a message of support, congratulations and thanks for a job well done. One particular message stated, “This is probably the best review I have ever read.” Could that be true? I have included it below – you can decide. (more…)
We know Team Building strategies that work. Sure, we have decades of experience in the Team Building industry. We also have our own team and we’re always looking for ways to get real results and enhance productivity. So, we decided to kick off 2013 by exploring ways to capitalize on the diverse strengths of our team.
In THREE weeks we’re heading to the ADMEI Annual Conference, the premier forum for Destination Management professionals at Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel. Ooh la la! This year’s agenda will focus on global trends in the meetings industry and emerging influences that impact the daily challenges Destination Management Companies face, challenges we know very well here at TeamBonding. That’s why Stephanie and Karen are pulling out their passports, collecting their carry-ons and shipping off to the “City of Saints” this February. (more…)
Connecting with teams globally often is achieved with social media tools like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn. These social media tools have become a regular form of doing business in today’s global workplace. Many managers consider the risks of connecting via social media to far outweigh the benefits. This can be true, however used effectively by conscientious co-workers this tool can be great to have in your teams tool kit. (more…)
Part 2 of a two part series on building team retreats. Read part 1 here.
This is the first of a two part series on building effective team retreats.
There is nothing more demoralizing for a team then working on a project or job that has no distinct beginning, middle, or end. Humans like to know where they are going, how their progress is coming, and when they get there. Your business projects should be no different.
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