We’re thrilled to announce our new strategic partnership with Catalyst Global. Catalyst Global is an international network of 47 team building partners spanning 90 countries. TeamBonding and Catalyst Global were both established over 25 years ago and have been leaders in the team building industry since. Through this partnership, TeamBonding and Catalyst Global will strive to increase the availability of team building resources, services and events.
“Catalyst is delighted to welcome TeamBonding under the stewardship of David Goldstein to our global network of team building providers. The Catalyst Team Building Network is built on the strength of the open sharing of information between partners. TeamBonding with their long history in team building and knowledge of the local market in the USA will be a welcome addition to the group. TeamBonding will soon launch Catalyst Global’s new technology products including VR program The Infinite Loop and our newly launched Go Team based escape game, Escape the Maze to their clients in America.” – Guy Baker, CEO Catalyst Global
Infinite Loop VR Program
The Infinite Loop VR team building program is pushing the boundaries of how technology is incorporated into team building programs. In Infinite Loop, a team of players exchange roles in the real world to save a young man trapped in the virtual world. The more precise the player in the virtual world is in describing the problem, the faster the teammates in the real world find the solution. We’re excited to be rolling out new programs like Infinite Loop into our offering of premium team building events. Witness Infinite Loop VR in the video below!
We’ve outlined five steps for starting and managing a remote team with a focus on building culture. No longer a special arrangement for a handful of team members, remote work has become more common than ever. Today, the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has imposed work from home mandates, and many companies need to start and manage remote teams, fast.
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