Results are very important to companies and team leaders, but how team members interact with each other to achieve results is often a neglected aspect of managing a team.
It’s simple, having fun at work through group activities and team building games leads to a great company culture. It’s no secret that having a great company culture boosts productivity and has a major ROI from a financial standpoint. As workplace happiness pioneer Tony Hsieh put it; “Happiness is a business model.”
The saying “work hard, play hard“ should be reversed. Companies like Google and LinkedIn play a wide variety of games such as volleyball, bowling, foosball and arcade games. Due to an increase in play, stress levels decrease and usually optimism goes up. When employees are given the chance to relax, creative thoughts always seem to flow.
Over twenty years ago, TeamBonding started with a simple question: how can we facilitate true, authentic bonds between members of corporate teams? We took a long hard look at what was being offered as team building activities for work.
Professional actress and teacher Vicky Saye Henderson gives a TEDx Talk on the importance of play.
Many people are working longer and harder, thinking that this will solve the problem of an ever-increasing workload. But they are still falling behind, becoming chronically overwhelmed, and burning out. Work is where we spend much of our time.
Over 300 bikes and helmets have been donated through TeamBonding programs like The Charity Bike Build and The Ultimate Charity Build so far in 2014. Teams like yours appreciate team building that works and makes a powerful difference in the community – delivering smiles to hundreds of children.
Ever feel totally out of your element? Chances are that many of your team members do, which makes success difficult to tackle. We all often feel like everyone around us has their act together and we don’t. Even your most successful employees likely feel a little phony at times.
Participants involved in active learning (a simulation, a training game, etc…) retain _____ of the information. Any guesses? Comment below.
Do you suspect that your office may be filled with hidden talents? Or, have you ever wondered what it would be like to see your coworkers swap strategies to tackle some of the most OUTRAGEOUS, yet silly, challenges a team could face? Or is that exactly it – you’re looking to turn your office into a […]