Category: Improve Engagement
A successful event isn’t just about picking the right event and venue, it’s about the little things too. There are a few more team building details that goes into it. If your team is fired up and ready to win the scavenger hunt, game show or make the best chili, the last thing you want is for all that enthusiasm to come to a screeching halt because your planning didn’t allow enough time for setup.
Make sure your team understands the difference between a meaningful event that is fun and just not having to “work”. A quality Team Building event and facilitator will ensure your staff enjoys themselves; after all… that’s the best, most effective type of Team Building. However, if they see the event as just a break from work where they can gab on their cell phones and come and go as they please, the event won’t have the lasting impact you’re hoping for. (more…)
When team building programs lack adequate space for activities it can really put a damper on the fun. Team building programs can be difficult to plan. Many things can put a storm cloud over the process, and not having enough space is one of those things. Do you want your team to be involved, enthusiastic, having fun and bonding with their co-workers… or complaining about not having enough space? (more…)
Remember the good old days of college? Bonding with friends over late nights filled with coffee, work and stressful deadlines?
Would you believe that sometimes a wild goose chase is a good thing? Well, it is! In fact, sometimes it’s the difference between work and teamwork.
TeamBonding is getting quite the reputation in Tennessee. Haven’t you heard? Smartphone scavenger hunts are all the rage! Our Smartphone Scaventure is no exception. It’s part scavenger hunt, part urban race, and all Team Building. Working as a team, our Event Managers and Facilitators recently coordinated the largest Smartphone Scaventure in TeamBonding history! Actually, this event may have been the largest single day scavenger hunt EVER. That’s how we roll. From the Guinness World Records:
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…)