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Team Building Tip: Avoid Sore Feet!

Preparation is the key to any successful Team Building event, but it isn’t just about planning the event.  Make sure your team is also fully prepared. This includes making sure they are aware of the appropriate clothing and shoes to wear to the event. It’s really hard to have fun with sore toes!

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Team Building Exercise: Mammoth Monument

Get started with this simple DIY team building exercise. Let us know how it goes! EXERCISE GOAL: To create an icon that serves to represent and unite the participants as a single team.

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Team Building Tip: Surprise me! But really, no.

It may seem like a good idea to surprise your team with a team building exercise, but this is generally a no-no. It is much easier to encourage participation, have fun and enjoy an event when participants are not surprised. That being said, don’t tell them everything about the event, because it will ruin the […]

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Check out the new TeamBonding.com

Welcome to the new TeamBonding.com! Our new look features new functionality, enhanced navigation and fun ways to stay engaged with team building. With our responsive web design, you can access TeamBonding.com on any device. We worked with Bitfoundry to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the old TeamBonding.com, research what would benefit our customers and […]

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Plan Your Office Holiday Party: 3 Save The Date Ideas

Whether you’re planning a large office holiday party or a small company outing, take fun seriously. The more you plan, the more relaxed you will be and the more fun you’ll have with your team. The worst part of planning a last minute holiday activity, is that it will feel last minute, and the only […]

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