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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
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.
Working side by side on a mission of kindness inspires employees and cultivates a sense of camaraderie that enhances morale long after returning to the office.
The 007 theme song was playing as we stepped into the Juniper room at the Essex Conference Center & Retreat in Essex, Mass., last Thursday. A woman dressed in black and faux animal print peered down her sunglasses at us (it was dark and rainy out on that day in June), gave us a mysterious smile, then continued arranging some envelopes, Polaroid cameras, and other paraphernalia on the table...
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.