You have a great team, right? And you want to keep that team. Retaining employees is vital to success.
Participants in employee training programs like leadership development are 45% more likely to stay with their employer!
According to low estimates, the turnover of a single $8 per hour employee will cost your company close to $4,000 when you factor in recruiting, interviewing, retraining, and loss of productivity that comes from the loss. Retention is key, especially with your performance rock stars!
Unfortunately, 41% of leadership development programs are not aligned with an organization’s strategy.
TeamBonding employee training programs are … different.
Based on your specific needs, each of these team building and professional development programs combine work AND play while being led by passionate, experienced and often local trainers. Your team will learn by doing and have fun in the process.
Leadership training is 3 times more effective at teaching knowledge than it is in changing behavior. When people just sit and listen to a teacher during employee training programs, they retain only 20% of what they hear.
Participants involved in active learning (doing a real job, a simulation, a training game, etc.) retain 90% of the information through the power of play.
Does your sales team need a new perspective? Check out Championship Selling in the New Economy.
Are you struggling to manage a team of virtual employees? You’ll find success with Virtual TeamBonding.
Is your organization grappling with change? Change management training will help sharpen your communication and prepare your team for the unexpected.
What types of employee training programs will you implement this year?
Spring is right around the corner, and with it comes chocolate bunnies and egg hunts. But why should the kids have all the fun? A corporate scavenger hunt is easy to set up and can range from a simple list of things you have around the office, to very elaborate and creative endeavors. The person or team with the most points wins! Here are seven simple tips for making your own DIY office scavenger hunt!
It’s one thing to create an atmosphere of trust and a feeling of camaraderie between employees when they’re all in the same building 40 or so hours a week.
Team building brings people together by encouraging collaboration and teamwork. Fun activities that help people see each other in a different light allow them to connect in a different setting. People on your team are asked to think about the implications of these activities at their workplace.
Know each other as people, not just professionals. We’re all so much more than our job titles. We have interests that may have drawn each of us to our roles and help us excel within them. There are easy team building icebreaker activities for work that will help you and your team bond and get to know each other as more than just your role in the office. (more…)
Team building games and ice breaker activities for adults can keep your team bonded throughout the year. Get started with this simple DIY team building exercise. EXERCISE GOAL: Participants will gain a deeper understanding of themselves and those around them through ice breaker activities. (more…)
Throughout history many leaders have inspired us to change the world from Gandhi to Alexander the Great. These particular leaders didn’t leave a mark by just hanging out. They led by taking action and inspiring people to follow them.
With Hurricane Florence on the horizon, we’ve outlined 5 steps to keep your employees safe and supported during a natural disaster. In the wake of a crisis, your staff is left dealing with the physical and emotional aftermath into the future. The way you and your team prepare and react to the crisis will have a profound impact on all facets of your business.
#1 Carpools, rideshares and biking. Oh my! Going green isn’t just about what you do at home. If you’re spending 40 hours a week at work, that’s likely over 35% of your waking life in an office. You may have noticed that for a team of people, that much time in the office can all add up to a lot of waste.
Be the Best Version of You that You Always Dreamed to Be. Fear—an all-too-familiar emotion that tends to visit people during their most critically important moments. It triggers a response in people that is commonly known as a “fight or flight” response whether to stay and confront the situation or to leave the situation due to feeling unsafe. Most people can identify with the latter. This is due to a complex process that occurs in the brain. Within the temporal lobes of the brain, there exists the amygdala, which serves as the key brain element that controls the reception and processing of negative emotions.
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