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.
What 3 words best describe you?
Creative, Funky, Worldly.
Please describe your house in New England:
I live in a house built in 1776. I love it! Years back I was up in Vermont with a friend and she was telling me how much she loved her house. I thought ‘I want to LOVE my house!’ My husband and I immediately put our house on the market and bought an old house that had been completely redone. It’s warm, charming and definitely a house we proudly call home.
What’s still on your bucket list?
To visit the Sticks factory in Des Moines, Iowa. My entire house is filled with Sticks pieces; a grandfather clock, kitchen table, end table, mirrors, trunk, lamps & more to come I’m sure! Still on the list is a Sticks activity board and coat rack.
What’s some fun luck you’ve had?
I bought a $5.00 lottery ticket and scratched a $20,000 prize!
What’s one of the best decisions you’ve made?
Marrying the Owner of TeamBonding and being a part of the business’ success.
So, you suddenly found yourself managing a remote team? Here you will understand the benefits of virtual team building as we share activity ideas you can implement. Remote work has been on the rise for years, and as COVID-19 is moving more teams online, remote team building is becoming a necessary step for business operations and human resources. It’s also an opportunity to get creative about how your team bonds and has fun in this new space, especially during stressful times.
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.
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!
When it comes to running a business, managing your employees can be one of your biggest challenges. As an owner/manager, you need to make sure you simultaneously taking care of your employees’ needs while demanding the best from them.
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