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Teams Just Want To Have Fun: A Team Builder’s Tips on Adding Fun To Your Workplace

What if I had a simple management tip that would contribute to a more enthusiastic and productive team, who are happy to come to work and want to stay around a while?
What do you think the number one thing employees would like more of?  Well I’m betting if you did a quick poll right now “more fun” would be pretty close to the top of that list.
That’s my tip – simply add fun to your workplace.
You’re a good manager right?  And I’ll

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10 Team Building Tips for Managers

Positive office dynamics add great strength to a business, while strained ones create strife. As a manager, you simply can’t afford to leave such an important aspect of the company to chance.

There are many ways for managers to bring a team together and foster its ability to work together as a whole. These 10 tips can help unite even the most disparate group of people.

1. Communicate goals clearly.

Employees look to management for basic company goals. When those goals are not clear, disagreements will erupt as employees try to define goals themselves. By clearly laying out goals, everyone begins in

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How to Guarantee the Success of Your Team Event

At Team Bonding, we’ve worked with hundreds of teams and observed some key success factors that create brilliant events with lasting positive impacts from your investment in Team Building.  The keys to success is understanding the following:

What are the goals of the event?  What do you want to achieve?

Some common goals that we hear are:

Pure fun / reward after a period of hard work 

A mental or physical break from day to day routine and / or a desire to see team members in another light

A perceived

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Team Events on a Shoestring: Fun Team Building Ideas That Won’t Cost You

Astute managers know that time for team fun leads to greater engagement and happier teams. Teams that have fun with each other focus their energy positively and have better rapport with mounting evidence of higher productivity too. Low morale in a workplace is characterized by sabotaging behaviours (eg gossiping, time stealing) that spread amongst bored, unsettled or disengaged teams. Our advice: If your team gets in a negativity rut you need to devote some time to personal connections and fun.

So, all teams benefit from team

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Team Bonding or Team Building – Which Approach Works Better?

Work teams are made up of real people – not robots. Real people flourish in teams when they are happy, their efforts are appreciated and their environments are rewarding and fulfilling.  This doesn’t occur in a vacuum as successful teams are essentially effective individuals with common goals, supportive culture and mutual respect.  So, one way to increase the performance of your team is to intentionally work to establish a happy, harmonious culture where people feel supported and can bring their “best selves” to work.

Great

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Five Questions Planners Must Answer When Planning Corporate Events

Planning a team building corporate event is sometimes not an easy task. Besides finding a time that suits everyone in the company, event planners will also have to take into consideration other factors, such as the type and purpose of the event plus catering or other provisions. For those who are planning team building corporate events, listed below are five questions that can help you choose the right activity for the company:

1)      How many people are attending? This is perhaps

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