Category: Charitable Team Building
Give back while getting closer! A charity team building exercise can bring people together as they do good for others. Here’s some tips and success stories on bringing your team closer together for charity.
Winter is a season that often brings people indoors, but it doesn’t mean that your team can’t still come together for some fun. The best way? A good old fashioned winter team building activity. Even coming back to work after the holidays can be arduous, but just because the holiday season has come to an end doesn’t mean the holiday spirit has to go with it. Keeping employees engaged and motivated year-round is vital to the success of all companies.
Let’s bring Friendsgiving to the office and call it Teamsgiving Teamsgiving is a great way to show thanks to your hard-working team. The holiday season can get hectic for many companies, so it’s important to take a step back and appreciate the dedication and time your employees are putting into their work. Adding a fun element like Teamsgiving can make work more fun and increase morale to get through the rest of the year on a high note. The best part about hosting a Teamsgiving event is getting the chance to step away from the chaos and get to know your coworkers. This is especially important for remote employees who don’t get the same experience as those who work in the office.
Volunteering year round is encouraged, but if you need that extra push there’s a special day dedicated specifically to doing good. Here we will outline what International Volunteer Day is, the importance and history behind it, and fun ways your team can join in and give back.
Every workplace has extroverts and introverts. While extroverts often get a lot of attention and focus due to their comfort in social settings, introverts in the workplace have a lot to offer as well. There are a lot of benefits of introverts, such as often being hardworking problem solvers who are insightful and empathetic. The best cohesive teams and workplaces utilize what both extroverts and introverts have to offer.
Memorial Day has a different meaning for everyone. Oftentimes, people use this day as a celebration for the arrival of summer. Cookouts, family reunions, and a 3-day-weekend are all a blast but they can take away the importance of what the day truly signifies. While you celebrate good food and loved ones, don’t forget to honor and celebrate the brave men and women who have died fighting for our country. Memorial Day is also an opportunity for companies to foster a sense of unity, gratitude, and teamwork among their employees. In this blog, we will some of our favorite Memorial Day ideas for work that are fun and engaging for all. But first, a little more about Memorial Day.
If you want to make your work environment successful, one of the most important things you can do is to create a positive team culture. When you make sure your employees feel supported and encouraged every day, your employees will also be motivated to bring their A-game and help your company achieve its goals. But did you know that corporate community involvement can also play a significant role in building a positive team culture?
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