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As soon as TeamBonding Facilitator Paul Giroux kicked things off, asking “Ready for an adventure?”, it was clear this wasn’t your typical corporate event.
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“Giving people the ability to interact in a social environment while being completely safe has been a challenge that I feel we have met and succeeded,” Goldstein says. “Person-to-person interactions create fun and lasting memories while at the same time working toward a common goal.”
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Team Building Saves the World’s first episode premieres April 6th, 2021, with future episodes coming out bi-weekly on Tuesdays, and can be found on any platform you listen to your podcasts on. Additionally, this year there will be video clips to go with each episode. The podcast will have an increased social media presence, encouraging listeners to submit feedback, ask questions that may even be aired! Join host Rich Rininsland as he takes you behind the scenes to discuss the road to live events, company culture, and insights from program developers, leaders, and professionals in the team building industry.
David Goldstein has had a truly fascinating yet very successful career. We are both opportunity junkies, so we discuss how when you're out there and living business, it is fun to see all the unique ideas you can come up with. David is a master of event planning, and a very cool person who has some great stories of "Serial Entrepreneurship" that he shares with us.
"Since the end of 2019, Boston-based TeamBonding has been offering a program dubbed “The White Privilege, Black Power Experience” to help open up those serious discussions that companies and teams should have."
Teambonding also offers baking and cooking team building activities centered around chocolate. In the baking challenge, guests are divided into groups and given a golden ticket containing their chocolate mission statement and target market segment. Each team has to create a box of chocolates for a section of the consumer market and develop a brand identity, marketing slogan, and packaging. Or try a Team Chocolatier workshop, where attendees learn everything from how to produce fillings like coconut, apricot, and framboise to tips on piping, shaping, and coating, along with package design.
TeamBonding has made its virtual experience as close to its in-person one by making the featured rooms extremely realistic, which in turn makes the stakes higher for many players.
"In our quest to defeat Zoom fatigue, we have a series of immersive events including our virtual escape rooms,” says David Goldstein, creator of opportunities for TeamBuilding. "These events pre-pandemic were a great way to bring people together, distribute strengths and share credit when working together to successfully escape the room. We've been able to recreate this feeling of competition and collaboration virtually and bring teams together, online."
TeamBonding ft. in NPR: How To Have An Office Holiday Party In The Pandemic The 2020 Holiday Office Party is looking different, with big in-person events a no-go, and most people working remotely. Listen to Yuki Noguchi from NPR interview TeamBonding's Founder & C.O.O. David Goldstein on re-creating Holiday Parties in 2020.
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“Even though many of us can’t be face to face with coworkers right now, it’s important to have something fun to do together and to know that you can support each other,” says David Goldstein, the COO (Creator of Opportunities)
Whether you’re a team leader or C-level executive, the success of your company depends on your team. We’re here to answer all your questions about employee engagement activities, leadership retreats and other fun team building events. Naturally, wisdom from an industry leader can help make your path ahead way easier. Please contact us – we’re happy to help.