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.
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Tis the season for spreading joy, building camaraderie, and expressing gratitude to the amazing coworkers who make every workday brighter. Worried what to gift coworkers? This corporate gift guide is curated to help you find the perfect gift ideas for coworkers that not only foster team building but also bring holiday cheer to your workplace. From thoughtful Christmas gifts for coworkers to team building treasures, let’s explore a collection of presents that will leave a lasting impression.
The holiday season is fast approaching, and with it comes the opportunity to help those in need and give back to the community. This is also a great opportunity for you to show your gratitude to those who have dedicated so much of their time and effort to furthering the success of your organization in the past year. And coming up with holiday charity ideas for the office is not as hard as it seems.
The holiday season is rapidly approaching, which means another opportunity to reflect on the past year, find gratitude, and look for ways to give thanks. As a leader in your organization, one of the easiest places to find reasons for that gratitude is in your workforce. And what better way to do that than a holiday thank you to employees.
As the year comes to a close, it’s the perfect time to reflect on your company’s ideas for celebrating team success and to celebrate your team. Whether you reached your smaller goals or made one large accomplishment this year, it deserves some recognition. The holidays are a perfect time to recognize achievements AND get in the spirit with fun team celebration ideas. Here are some examples of workplace celebration ideas and how your team can commemorate this year’s successes.
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?
There are many communities in need of assistance, but unfortunately, there are never enough people available to provide help. At the same time, corporations can benefit from team building and community involvement. One way for corporations to achieve both of these goals is by offering employees opportunities to work together to support the community. It can even be as simple as bringing food and coffee to local health workers as an act of thank you for their service.
Team building is like a never-ending adventure that helps a group of people become an effective and unstoppable team. In addition to having shared goals and objectives for work, team members must also establish trust, offer support, and value each other’s unique qualities and characteristics. To commit to this growth, teams must adopt effective team building methods.
In today’s business climate, it’s not enough for companies to produce great products at reasonable prices. Customers and employees alike expect the companies they do business with to use their resources and influence to bring positive change to the world. In this article, we will highlight the benefits of CSR (corporate social responsibility) and why companies should make this strategy a focus.
In the past, businesses could get by if they had a great product or service. However, modern consumers are increasingly looking for companies that care about social issues and have a positive impact. According to a 2019 Aflac survey, 77% of consumers are motivated to purchase from companies committed to making the world better. Social purpose now plays a huge role in the decisions of consumers, and businesses need to accommodate that.
Employees want to work for organizations that give back to the community. In fact, 61% of workers say that a company’s commitment to the community would likely be a factor when choosing between two potential jobs with the same location, responsibilities, pay, and benefits. In addition to improving morale and ethical behaviors in the workplace, corporate giving also boosts employee engagement, productivity, trust, and collaboration. Studies show that companies with highly engaged employees are 21% more profitable.
No doubt you’ve heard of the Butterfly Effect. In simple terms, this means that a small act can create a major impact. That’s how we like to think of Make a Difference Day. On October 22, 2022, people around the country (and even the world) will commit to volunteer work, acts of kindness, mentorship, and more.
We all know the saying, “it’s better to give than to receive.” While we often think about that more during the holiday season, the fact is, it holds true 365 days per year. Your company is part of a broader community. Although sometimes it’s easy to forget that when due dates are looming and end-of-year expenses and reimbursements are due.
Global warming’s effects are beginning to show in today’s world. It is ultimately up to us to make a difference in this matter. We thought we’d share with you tips and ideas for “going green” in the office by promoting sustainability in the workplace! Remember: any little bit helps. (more…)
What is Corporate Social Responsibility? Corporate Social Responsibility refers to the idea that a company or corporation has a moral obligation to give back to its community. Usually, it involves developing corporate guidelines and policies with the goal of positively impacting society as a part of the company’s everyday business practices.
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