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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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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.
“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)
The event planning industry has faced a downward spiral due to the coronavirus pandemic, which in turn introduced the challenge of a competitive digital space. However, TeamBonding is rising to virtual success and is busier than ever with the launch of Virtual and Hybrid events totaling more than 1,100 since March.
In this new Podcast, Team Building Around the World, host Rich Rininsland brings you ideas, inspiration, and best practices from the finest team building leaders and professionals from around the world.
Join us for a Facebook LIVE event Wednesday, April 15th at 3PM. Haka for Healthcare Workers is here to give EMS - EMTs, Paramedics, Doctors, Nurses, Medical Technicians, and all Healthcare Workers a moment to feel empowered as they continue to devote themselves in this time of crisis. All participants are encouraged to tag their dance @teambonding
“Ideally a meeting invite should be sent out to all participants in advance with details on when, how / where to join the virtual happy hour, and an agenda, if any,” said David Goldstein, founder and COO at TeamBonding.
“Today, five generations are working together,” said David Goldstein, COO (Creator of Opportunities) at TeamBonding. “Team building events bring people together with common experiences to help them work together as a team.”
Let’s beat the summer heat and bond all at the same time. Bring your corporate team together by doing something that the entire group will love and remember for years to come! With these 5 Best Summer Team Building Activities, your coworkers will be excited to spend time with their team outside of work.
Whether you're trying to mend a broken team, make newcomers feel welcome or reward a high-performing team, finding the right team building activity is key. Here are 9 popular activities and why they work.
Team-building activities have long been a popular way to facilitate bonds and increase trust and communication between members of groups. But these days, old-school games such as hot-dog-eating contests and egg-drop races have taken a backseat to more innovative pursuits that specifically target different industries and meeting goals.
With corporate social responsibility front of mind for many brands and corporations, teambuilding activities with philanthropic tie-ins can serve as major multitaskers: In addition to unifying groups and building skills like organization, efficiency, and financial management, such activities can simultaneously benefit charitable organizations while also building goodwill. Pertaining to the environment, hunger and homelessness, children in need, military families, and other causes, these options are available in locations across the country.
As a company that works with HR leaders and executives who are looking to build stronger teams within their organizations, naturally, employee engagement is a topic that is near and dear to us. It’s a term that’s been buzzing over the past couple of years as organizations search high and low for the perfect formula to decrease turnover, increase enthusiasm and maximize productivity amongst employees.
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.
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: