In this series of articles, we take five minutes to chat with a member of the TeamBonding team so you can get an idea of what sort of people we are.
In this installment we talked to Jennifer, our Production Manager, about her biggest pet-peeve, her biggest fear and what she does in her spare time.
How long have you been with TeamBonding?
What’s your biggest pet-peeve?
What do you do in your spare time?
Junk store/yard sale shopping
What is your biggest fear?
Not saving enough for Retirement
What is the #1 most played song on your iPod?
Angel from Montgomery by Bonnie Raitt
What is your favorite food? (If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?)
Bagel with Lox & cream cheese at Zaftigs in Brookline
The most annoying thing in the world according to you is:
What are the top 3 things on your bucket list?
Go to Barcelona, Go to the Edinburgh Theater Festival in Scotland, Go To Amsterdam
At TeamBonding, we are experts at mixing work & play to create team building events, both virtually and in-person globally, for businesses looking to positively impact their company culture, employee engagement and retention, on-the-job effectiveness and job satisfaction.
We’ve outlined five steps for starting and managing a remote team with a focus on building culture. No longer a special arrangement for a handful of team members, remote work has become more common than ever. Today, the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has imposed work from home mandates, and many companies need to start and manage remote teams, fast.
In a world rife with distractions and a population more easily sidetracked than ever, it’s becoming more and more difficult for companies to keep their employee morale strong.
With a new year comes new goals and challenges. As a business owner or manager, some of those challenges include figuring out how to increase numbers and maximize efficiency. Most of your success, however, comes down to one thing – improving work performance.
Consider the experience of starting a job from the perspective of your newly hired employees.
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?” – Martin Luther King, Jr. Quotes from history offer immeasurable inspirational leadership advice. Great leaders and activists from history highlight what our country and world has been through and remind us how we can change it.
It’s a new year, which means making personal new year’s resolutions and office resolutions. A great way to do this is to start a goal sheet. Write down everything you envision for the year. If you haven’t started on your 2020 Vision goal sheet, here are some tips to get a head start!
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