No other time of the year is tailor-made for community building activities like the holiday season. No matter the weather or the region in which you live, the holidays set a celebratory and festive tone for all comers. They engender a warmth of heart and a generosity of spirit that inspire people to give!
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Jack and Jill are like oil and water in your corporate bonding strategy. Super-salesman, Jack is a capital-D Dominant in overdrive. To Jack, Jill is a pill. To everyone else, she’s just quiet and meticulous like every other Compliant, data-driven manager on your team. Jack and Jill don’t mix well.
When the holidays are over and the long months of winter are ushered in, workplaces often suffer from a post-holiday slump, and one of the best ways to help your team overcome a slump and get re-energized is to use outdoor team building games.
If you want to think outside of the box to create a team event for the holiday, think about using the personal and professional skills of your organization or team members to put on a Christmas Talent Show.
The seven days before Christmas can be used for great team building fun. When team members participate in the Seven Days of Christmas, they will each put their name on a piece of paper, fold the paper up, and put it in a big box. When all of the names are in the box, the […]
The holidays are a wonderful time to sponsor a team activity. Let your team undertake some activities that will be both enjoyable and challenging during this time of year. They will appreciate a break from their daily schedules and the opportunity to interface in a different way.
Trim Those Trees This is one of those Christmas team building ideas that should provide your team members with a fun, creative release.
The Christmas season is a great time to use fun team building ideas to pull your team together so that they can spread some joy as they celebrate together. You can have team members partake in a variety of activities, from the simple to the elaborate. Here are a few ideas to consider.
You can use Christmas as an opportunity to create a fun and entertaining indoor team building event. Almost every company or organization throws virtually the same Christmas party every year, with piped in music, drinks and hors d’oeuvres, and light-hearted office talk. Why not change things up?
An excellent and challenging indoor team building activity for your team to get involved in on the days that lead into Halloween is to create a haunted house that employees can bring their children to on Halloween or some afternoon during Halloween week.