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"Hey everyone! Gather in the conference room for a spur of the moment brainstorming session!"
When organizational leaders announce this employees react differently. The outspoken extroverts are excited to share their big ideas. Their minds are already churning with input they are excited to share during the meeting.
It’s the start of the new year and that means it’s time to plan your team building and bonding calendar. “86% of employees believe LACK of collaboration/ineffective communication is the biggest influence on workplace failure.” When it comes to investing in your team, intentionality is key. Winging it or figuring it out as you go will give you lackluster results while wasting time and money. So don’t wing it… Do this instead.
Worker burnout has been a hot topic since the pandemic. All the changes the pandemic brought have taken a toll on businesses and their employees. Owners and CEOs are scrambling to find solutions to the issues that still linger, such as employee burnout.
Maybe you have heard talk about pushing for a 4-day workweek, giving employees 3-day weekends. Or you may have heard about 6-hour workdays, giving full-time employees 2 extra hours away from work every day, making 30 hours a week the new full-time work. Will either of these changes to the traditional work week solve the problem of worker burnout? Is this what workers want and need?
Corporate retreats are a vital tool for bringing staff members together for team-building, team-bonding, and work-related projects in a casual atmosphere. Such retreats allow companies to encourage connections among employees whose work environment has been upended during the past two years, from temporary closures to remote or hybrid work to excessive employee turnover. Those changes upset the balance businesses need to operate smoothly, and companies are seeking ways to restore that balance and strengthen their core. A corporate retreat can work to bring balance and cohesion back to the workplace.
When you’re looking for a way to build a stronger team of employees and leaders, there are countless team building activities in Charleston, SC to choose from. You’ll also find an overwhelming selection of team bonding activities in Charleston, SC that can bring your team together organically. So, how do you choose the best ones for your crew?
When you first built your company’s business model, you likely spent hours, days, or weeks imagining every detail. You probably envisioned your product and purpose, your audience and clientele, a state-of-the-art office space, and top talent knocking down the doors to become part of your team.
Over the past several years, the phrase “team building” has become somewhat of an office buzzword. Entrepreneurs, CEOs and business owners everywhere are clamoring to schedule events and afternoons that encourage togetherness, collaboration and cohesion among employees. What these go-getters don’t realize is that they’re often confusing team building for team bonding, and that the two concepts are actually very different.
It’s that time of year again. Thanksgiving? Yes, but no. Christmas time? Yes, but no. For many in the outdoor adventurous realm, especially those in water sports, now is when we break down and put on socks. For most this isn’t a big deal. Most wear socks regularly, daily even. But for me, it is a big deal. I need socks that can keep up with my lifestyle.