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What is Administrative Professionals Day 2024 & When is it? Administrative Professionals Day (also known as Administrative Assistant Day, Secretaries Day or Admin Day) is a day to highlight the important role of secretaries, assistants, receptionists, and other administrative support, which is observed in several countries. This year, Administrative Professionals Day will be celebrated on Wednesday, April 24, 2024.
Valentine’s Day is the sweetest holiday of the bunch. The energy created between sweethearts is second to none, but creating energy within your team is equally as important. Not sure what to do for employees on Valentine’s Day? Below we will highlight some fantastic Valentine’s Day team building activities that can also function as meeting energizers. They work with onsite staff as well as staff working remotely.
As a leader in your organization, you’re likely always looking for innovative ways to strengthen employee relationships. Creating a strong workplace culture that encourages teamwork is essential for increasing productivity and improving employee engagement. However, your workforce might not always see eye to eye with leadership when it comes to team building. Some employees may feel it’s nothing more than a chore while others might think that team building will not solve the underlying issues that are affecting workplace relationships. It may lead them to really question “does team building work”?
With the start of the new year comes company, client, and team meetings galore. Fun meeting ideas that are engaging are an important part of motivating your team to accomplish great work. No one, virtually or in person, wants to sit through a long meeting without interaction between team members. In fact, that’s what gives meetings a bad name.
We’ve all been there. You are at the company holiday party, and something embarrassing happens that makes everyone feel uncomfortable and uneasy. While you might think that virtual events would be exempt from such circumstances, the reality is that Zoom events have had their fair share of awkward moments.
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.
Team dynamics are a key part of any successful team. Everyone needs to have a good, working relationship to work together and achieve their goals. One of the best ways to promote good team dynamics is with team building activities for small groups.
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.
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.
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.
We are once more approaching the unofficial end of summer — Labor Day. Held on Sept. 4 this year, the holiday is always observed on the first Monday of the month in the United States as a celebration of the efforts and accomplishments of American workers.
It’s June, which means it’s officially Pride Month. This month is all about celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community, supporting them, love, and diversity. Whether you’re a small business or a big company, it’s important to celebrate Pride Month and promote an accepting and inclusive environment at work.
Most of the time, work is serious. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have some fun every once in a while. Though it may seem like a waste of time, having fun at work can provide numerous benefits to you and your team. It can promote relationship building, team building, improve productivity, increase creativity, and boost team spirit.
Corporate retreats have become an increasingly popular option to bring teams together over the past few years. Many teams are still working remote or hybrid, and some teams still haven’t met yet in person. Without face-to-face communication, it is easy for employees to feel isolated and unmotivated. Occasional team meetings and conferences just aren’t enough. There are many benefits of corporate retreats such as increased engagement, improved collaboration and better morale. However, companies may avoid organizing a corporate retreat due to the extensive planning required and high costs.
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