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Just because the weather outside is frightful, doesn’t mean your corporate holiday party can’t be delightful. Whether you plan to host an in-person event or a virtual soiree, there’s no reason you can’t go all out and stay within your budget. If you’re unsure how to get started, we’ve outlined our expert tips and best office holiday party ideas below.
Fear is ever present in our lives, and work is no exception. Two of the most common fears in the workplace are a fear of failure and a fear of judgment. These fears arise for a variety of reasons. People want to be accepted, do a good job, and be able to provide for themselves and their families; those desires can all result in a fear of failure and a fear of judgment.
Work is stressful. Even in the best of jobs in the best of times, work can take a toll on us physically and mentally. Finding ways to alleviate and manage that stress is key if you want to create a positive and healthy workplace. Low stress team building games are one potential tool you can use to proactively reduce stress and improve team dynamics.
As companies increasingly embrace remote and hybrid work arrangements, it’s time to explore how we can bring some holiday cheer into our virtual workspace. That means diving into the world of virtual Christmas celebrations, online holiday parties, and all sorts of digital holiday games. It’s a great opportunity to recognize and celebrate the hard work your team has put in throughout the year in a more virtual setting.
Many people view corporate training as boring, stuffy, and un-fun. While that may be true for some corporate training, there are many more that are fun, exciting, and have the potential to transform your team and their skills.
As a leader, it’s important that you prioritize your team. A motivated, cohesive, and curious team will help make your business more innovative and profitable. With the right interactive corporate event ideas, you can help grow and develop your team while also building bonds and having fun.
Break out the noisemakers, because your remote team is about to close the book on 2022! And with 2023 looming ahead, you may be toying with virtual party ideas to ring in a new chapter. But with everyone living across multiple cities or even time zones, party planning may seem impossible (and complicated).
In order to support a thriving workplace, HR must turn its attention to employee engagement and retention regularly. After all, if employees aren’t engaged or staying for very long, it’s hard to create any kind of positive work culture. Part of making sure that employees are engaged and want to stay around is setting up a consistent and effective employee listening strategy.
Most of us spend about 1/3rd of our lives at work. That’s a lot of time to spend at work, and it can have a big impact on our lives. A toxic workplace can quickly wear you down and leave you burnt-out, while a supporting workplace can have you feeling engaged and inspired. That’s why it’s so important to have a people centric workplace that puts people and their wellbeing first.
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.
Creativity in the workplace can be one of the most powerful assets you have. It can result in more innovation, increased engagement, better problem solving, boosted sales, and much more. Those are just a few of the benefits of creativity in the workplace, and there are many more. All that said, honing in on workplace creativity can be a challenge.
October 26th is National Pumpkin Day! Sure, Halloween is for trick-or-treating and dressing your kids up in cute costumes, but we think the adults deserve a treat too! We’re bringing you three creative ways to incorporate pumpkins into your next grown-up party. But first, let’s talk about National Pumpkin Day.
Storytelling at work plays an important role in all of our lives, whether we realize it or not. When people think of storytelling, things like books, movies, video games, and TV shows may come to mind. But storytelling goes beyond entertainment; it is also something found in the workplace.
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.
It’s fall🍂 and you know what that means! It’s 🎃 season! Specifically, pumpkin catapult season! Pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin pie, baked pumpkin seeds, pumpkin picking, build a pumpkin catapult, pumpkin carving… and pumpkin team building.
If you’re looking to strengthen bonds amongst your team members while having some fun, a corporate team outing is just what you need. Corporate team building outings are a great resource for businesses and one you should take advantage of. There are numerous benefits and reasons for team building via a corporate outing; they can help you bring your team together, ultimately creating a stronger team.
In business, there are numerous factors that contribute to your ability to achieve your goals and be successful. One of the most important but often overlooked factors is company internal communication. Internal communication is what enables you and your team to come together around a goal and work towards it. It is a fundamental aspect of collaboration, which is necessary to achieve your business goals.
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.
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