Team-building activities are often dull, awkward and can be useless. But done properly, team building can be a very effective tool for increasing productivity in the workplace, improving communication and creating a better office culture.
Plan fun, local, after-hours activities for your groups. These can lead to lasting connections. Here are six fall group activities.
When you are clear about why your group needs to meet and what you want to accomplish together, engagement is natural. Sadly, many meetings lack this clarity. The good news: Every meeting can be as focused, compelling and engaging as the high-stakes meetings listed above when you follow these five steps.
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.
Delivering meetings that engage employees doesn’t have to be difficult. Here are six ideas for effective all-hands meetings designed to engage your employees.
Questions speakers should ask planners–if they don’t then planners should address these points in advance.