Employee engagement is the emotional commitment an employee has to the organization and its goals. Engaged employees care about their work, they use discretionary effort to accomplish work as a team and their performance is of higher quality.
No matter what type of celebration you’re planning, special events are all about the light touches. You want your team to feel comfortable and appreciated. Just a little extra consideration and flare will go a long way. Plus, planning ahead will help you prepare for the expected unexpected – those little surprises that always pop […]
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 the sort of people we are. In this installment we chat with our new Corporate Events Manager, Arielle, who has quite the adventurous spirit!
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.
Administrative Professionals’ Day (also known as Administrative Assistant Day, Secretaries Day or Admin Day) is a day to highlight the important role of secretaries, assistants, receptionists, and other administrative support, which is observed in several countries.
Music can work wonders. Stay tuned for details about our recent Do Good Bus by TeamBonding success!
Do you now what pubs and team building have in common?
“The art of leadership is saying no, not yes. It is very easy to say yes.”- Tony Blair
On the fourth Thursday of each April, more than 37 million people in over 3.5 million US offices participate in Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day – founded by Gloria Steinem and the Ms. Foundation for Women in 1993.
Communication affects teamwork in positive and negative ways. The quantity and quality of communication within a team and from leadership affects teamwork. The more collaboration that your projects require the more assertive (not passive, aggressive or passive-aggressive!) and intentional your communication should be.