Category: Company Culture
Giving back to others can positively impact your employees’ mental health and overall well-being. In fact, there is a direct link between volunteering and psychological and physical health.
Live events are coming back, but they are not in full swing yet. According to a recent EventMB State of the Event Industry survey, about 78% of event professionals from across the globe are currently planning live events. But if you thought planning a live in-person event was a challenge before the pandemic, post-pandemic live events pose even more obstacles.
Employees across all professions have realized that if they aren’t happy with their current employer, there are plenty of other fish in the proverbial sea. So, it’s no wonder why the current job market resembles a sports arena where employers are fighting tooth and nail to win over and retain high-value talent.
In our Team Building Saves the World podcast episode Keeping Employee Engagement Fun, we spoke with guest Stephen Baer, co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of The Game Agency, and an expert in game-based training strategies and solutions. Baer shares the importance of having fun in the workplace, a management strategy known as “gamification”.
Expecting that your employees will never fail can be demoralizing to the entire workforce and detrimental to the company culture. When employees believe that failing at work is not an option, they become burned out and their engagement crumbles.
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