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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.
- Caroline Lyle, Bostinno
Many employees tend to file team building in the same folder as other office jargon like “bandwidth” and “synergy.” Even industry pioneer David Goldstein admits the overused term gets a bad rap. But he’s made it his mission to harness “the power of play” and turn what some view as mandated fun into a rewarding experience.
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For NFL teams, the grueling quest towards a Super Bowl ring begins under the hot summer sun during training camp. It’s a time where newcomers get tested, and veterans refine their craft. But above all, training camp provides a stage for an amorphous group of over 75 individuals to transform into a cohesive unit and drive towards a shared goal: winning.
When negativity becomes a habit, it affects productivity and profitability, leading to increased turnover, lateness, absenteeism, customer complaints, errors, accidents, and illness. By being proactive, you can help the perpetrators of negativity change their behavior. Here’s 5 ways to protect against these creepy counterparts:
Over the last twenty years, we’ve had many interns join us at TeamBonding. The vast majority of them ended up making significant contributions to our business in one way or another — from helping us hone our team building event offerings to building out our social media presence. A few of them even went on to join our team full-time.
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.
Users can book team building experiences right from the YoYo website, which includes information about pricing, duration, and ideal group size as well as details about the location, logistics, and outcomes. Find out why an industry veteran has created an online marketplace for team building experiences.
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.
TeamBonding, a leader in team-building that helps companies of all sizes foster communication, create deeper bonds and more efficiency amongst employees through customized events and activities, today announced that it has been ranked no. 4840 by Inc Magazine in the 34th annual Inc. 500|5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. This marks the fifth time that TeamBonding has been named to the list.
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 - we can help make everything a lot easier. Contact us. We’re happy to help.