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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
The Big Give
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.
Do Good Bus
"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."
There are hundreds of ways to help your staff bond out of the store—from lunches to weekend retreats, from cooking contests to volunteer projects. JCK talked with several retailers who have developed their own ways of boosting team spirit as well as the experts who counsel companies looking to create a more cohesive—and productive—staff. “A company is much more efficient when people can depend on one another,” says David Goldstein, team-building specialist with TeamBonding in Boston...
It's no secret that some people find team-building exercises, well, alienating. While big, far-flung organizations still use team building in attempts to improve communication and camaraderie, many who participate end up wishing everyone had just stayed at their desks...
Operation Military Care
Over 1,600 military care packages were donated to Operation Gratitude through a single set of TeamBonding's Operation Military Care events in February...
TeamBonding offers five “Smartphone Scaventures,” in which players use the company’s mobile app to search for items, complete tasks, and snap photos. Teams earn points based on activities completed and the quality of photos. Hosts can create a mission list from a bank of more than 100 options—such as asking participants to play “human limbo”—or they can design their own activities. Teams can compete against one another from multiple locations, whether in different cities or different countries. Each hunt takes about three hours to complete.
Midwest Meetings spoke to David Goldstein (TeamBonding™) and others as they shared some of their insights on teambuilding including: why meeting/event planners might choose teambuilding, challenges encountered and popular teambuilding activities.
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.