Top 5 Team Building Events In Toronto
We're a US company with Canadian roots as our first facilitator/program designer was from Hamilton and our current local staff is in and around Greater Toronto. Toronto is the 4th largest city in North America and you'll find us running events for GE Canada, SunLife, PWC, Infinity of Canada, Societe Generale, Abbott Diabetes, Avis/Budget and more. Our charitable programs are very popular in Ontario as well as our high-tech scavenger hunts and culinary events.
We would like to thank the TeamBonding crew for making this such a successful and wonderful event. The facilitators were so friendly, helpful and positive! Everyone that I spoke to had a great time and we really enjoyed getting to know each other and creating something for young patients. It was a fabulous way to kick off the first evening of our event! It was such a pleasure to work with you. I hope we will have other opportunities in the future.
Just wanted to let you know that activity was a huge hit! Deric and the team did an amazing job…Very well done.
I have to say Kevin was absolutely OUTSTANDING. He is truly gifted in his presentation, engagement of the people, he’s funny and everyone just raved over him—top notch!
I heard only great things about the Art Heist! Everyone was interacting and working together. Seemed really into it and having fun!!
“It was an amazing day… and the team really enjoyed Tools for Schools. It meant a lot to them to help children in the community. There were many teary eyes, including mine!”
We had a great time and I received a lot of positive feedback from the team. They were surprised, had fun and enjoyed participating in multiple activities. Michael was amazing!
We can tailor all of our events to your needs & location.
If you’re a team leader who’s looking for better employee engagement, or you’re a seasoned C-suite executive in search of leadership retreat activities, we can help make everything a lot easier. Contact us. We’re happy to help.
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Rather than expecting office life to “go back to normal” after coronavirus, business and team leaders should be planning for what many are calling the “new normal.” So what does team-building after COVID-19 look like? For starters, it includes safe and sanitary workspaces for employees, potentially more remote hires, and flexible work-from-home policies.
As a food writer for Zagat, I used to scribble stories about all sorts of people: chefs, butcher, bakers. About seven years ago, I had an interesting interview with a bean-to-bar chocolate maker. I learned all about how she created her chocolate from scratch. Instead of telling me about commonplace machines like grinders and enrobers, she started talking about using rotisserie chicken roasters, juicers, and hair dryers!
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