Jayne Hannah’s Joy in Team Building

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Jayne Hannah emigrated from England in 2002 and joined TeamBonding as an event manager. Since, she has enjoyed learning every aspect of the corporate team building industry, including facilitating, program development, and her favorite “planning everything!”

As a leader in our Professional Development Workshops, she is certified in Myers Briggs and Emotional Intelligence training.  Jayne enjoys a busy writing career with plays being performed across the USA, including a set of pieces currently being filmed and produced highlighting our issues during COVID. She is the co-writer of the book ‘It’s All About Me and You‘ which focuses on living through personal trauma.  In her most recent article, she shares with us the Human Side of Working Remotely, and how to adapt and stay connected in the virtual world.

Despite a wicked sense of humor, and a passion for cake, Jayne Hannah remains confident and proud in her current role at TeamBonding and understands that each program has the opportunity to create and empower ideas for participants.

 

" It’s never just a job, it’s a passion and interest. And that’s so exciting to be with. And that’s like a ripple effect to get 10 people that go ‘Ok, yeah I am in’ and then it just moves."
- Jayne Hannah
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