TeamBonding has offered businesses unusual team-building programs since 1999, including creating ice sculptures, solving corporate crime CSI style, and holding high-tech scavenger hunts. The company has a staff of 12 at its Stoughton headquarters, but operates nationally and internationally using event facilitators across the globe. Sharon resident David Goldstein, 54, is the founder and CEO of TeamBonding, recently named — for the fifth time — to the Inc. 500|5000 list of the country’s fastest-growing private companies. We talked to Goldstein for this story.
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Add a bit of Hollywood to a teambuilding event with TeamBonding's Make-A-Movie experience. The company’s facilitators begin the event with a short skit and then challenge each team of employees to make their own movie around a specific theme. TeamBonding provides digital video cameras and all editing services. The groups reconvene to screen each of the movies and vote on categories such as best actor and best director. The organizer also receives a DVD with all of the movies on it.
As fans of public radio, we are proud to team member Rob Fletcher's work featured in a recent segment on NPR. This piece tells how our uniquely dynamic program, Play the Blues, helped an international team from Unilever come together through the universal language of music.
NPR Interview: http://quixoteconsulting.com/Media/NPR_ptb.html
More about Rob: https://www.teambonding.com/people/robfletcher/
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"When pharmaceutical company McKesson held a sales meeting in San Francisco for 80 of its salespeople, it worked with Stoughton, Massachusetts-based TeamBonding on an activity to build wheelchairs for a disabled veterans group."
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When a manager puts a corporate outing on his or her employees’ calendars, the typical response tends to be groans, eyerolls, and at best, shrugs of passive acceptance. After all, corporate events aren’t exactly the most thrilling way to spend one’s time. Whether it’s an annual meeting, training session, or company offsite, these sort of events usually include lame leaders, awkward icebreakers, and dull seminars on professional development.
That wasn’t the case yesterday, however, for Santander Global Facilities who embarked on an urban adventure organized by TeamBonding.
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Iconic teams know, as the TEAM acronym reflects, together everyone achieves more. The corporate world is no different. Here’s how to work with your clients on team-building events that produce all-star results. Goldstein says his company’s philosophy was built on the power of play. The 15-year-old company offers a host of teambuilding and bonding events and activities, aimed at getting people to know and trust each other outside the office setting, as well as develop communication and collaboration among employees.
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"This month, we wanted to try something a little different and spent a Friday volunteering together for a local charity contributing to Social Good in the greater Boston area. Our initiative was made possible by TeamBonding, a company that manages all the logistics to coordinate team bonding outings for organizations of all sizes."
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