Plan fun, local, after-hours activities for your groups. These can lead to lasting connections. Here are six fall group activities.
Advice and best practices on team-building for your meeting and events.
By coordinating energizing group activities to facilitate connections, or incorporating the scenic outdoors to create a memorable event, planners are using distinctive experiences to ensure the success of their meetings and create a lasting impact for their attendees.
Sporting events are a huge draw. Here are 5 ways to build excitement at corporate events using sports-related components.
Team-building activities can be an essential part of creating a stronger bond amongst co-workers and an effective way of boosting productivity. Here are 7 tips for next-level team-building events.
Diversity, inclusion and trophies among the components that make a team-learning exercise memorable, says Ryan Nowicki of TopGolf.
When you are able to create an event team of your choosing, as Mom always said, “Make good choices!”
Team-building activities are under more pressure than ever to justify their value and expense, but they can still be fun and games.
Goals, group size and budget should be at the top of your list when you’re planning team-building activities.
Let’s face it, office holiday parties tend to be lame. But companies haven’t given up on them. These ideas might help you tip yours into fun mode.
Whether you’re an event planner organizing an incentive trip or a team-building facilitator planning an executive retreat, what you do will determine each event’s success.
You’re the boss. The success or failure of your employees depends on your ability to keep them happy, committed and productive.
To create an effective team-building activity, you need to define its purpose: What issue or issues have occurred that make a team-building program necessary? They usually falls into three categories: Poor performance: a lack of communication, confused accountabilities, missed deadlines, or an increase in mistakes or defects. Creating a new team: a new division, a […]