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 instalment, we talked to Shannon, our Senior Program Specialist, about her favorite pastimes, favorite place in the world, biggest fear, and more!
How long have you been with TeamBonding?
For a total of 9 years; I worked as an Event Manager from 2007-2010, left to help care for family for a few years and then returned in 2013 to run the entertainment side of the company. At the beginning of 2018 I was brought back to the TeamBonding side to help with program development and event management as a Senior Program Specialist.
What is your most memorable TeamBonding experience?
The first Bike Build I ever planned was the biggest one we had ever done at the time and watching it all come together at the end when the children received their bikes was an experience I will never forget. The event even made the local news in Hartford!
What do you do with your free time?
I have two young children and they are just the coolest little people so I spend a lot of time with them and my husband Kevin. We especially love going to the beach or for long family hikes!
What can’t you live without?
What is your favorite place in the world to be?
What is your biggest fear?
Losing someone I love. And snakes.
What is the #1 most played song on your iPod?
Send Me On My Way by Rusted Root
Describe yourself in three words:
Creative, optimistic, intuitive
Something people may not know about you:
I can wiggle my ears.
In this series of articles, we take a few minutes to chat with a member of the TeamBonding team so you can get an idea of the sort of people we are. In this installment, we talked to Nancy, our Controller about her favorite food group, time travel, and her favorite historical leaders.
How to embrace team collaboration? For an organization to run smoothly and meet its goals, it is important to foster a work environment that supports collaboration amongst colleagues. Unfortunately for most organizations, this does not occur naturally, and thus you must make an effort and take steps to help build and sustain a cooperative work environment.
Company culture is one of the most important aspects of any successful organization to have. This culture can influence and be influenced by many things including the type of communication within an organization, how you show appreciation for your employees, and the standards you hold them to as well.
In this series of articles, we take a few minutes to chat with a member of the TeamBonding team so you can get an idea of the sort of people we are. In this installment, we talked to Erin, our Event Logistics and Purchasing Coordinator about her favorite food group, time travel, and her favorite historical leaders.
Team building: It is a very common term that is often discussed in many organizations today as a means of trying to get employees to accomplish common goals. Although the term itself may have developed a more negative meaning over recent years, Forbes Magazine says, “Team building is the most important investment you can make for your people. It builds trust, mitigates conflict, encourages communication, and increases collaboration.” In order for this to happen, you have to be innovative when coming up with team building activities. Try to think past the often used group picnic idea, and implement team building practices that will allow employees and coworkers to use their strengths to bring better, long-term value to your business as a whole.
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 talk with Matt, our Warehouse Manager, who makes all the magic happen by packing and shipping the materials needed for every event! We discuss what he does in his free time, favorite foods, and bucket list!
Giving back to our communities makes you feel good, assists in making you more socially aware and helps you bond with your colleagues as you team up to help those in need. Charity is beneficial for both humanity and business for many reasons. When you participate in Corporate Social Responsibility team building activities, you get the best of both worlds.
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