Author Archives: Rob Jackson

A Closer look at the Dominant Disc Personality Type

Discovering the disc personality type of your individual employees is one the first goals of Disc assessments. Once you understand which of the four categories best describes a given staffer, improving their work experience and production becomes much easier. But a single word description is just the beginning.

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6 Reasons Your New Company Should Participate in Team Building

Most new companies don’t think they can benefit from team building activities just yet. In fact, they probably don’t even consider it as an option. New companies are too busy developing their products, hiring their staff, and establishing a market strategy to consider something ‘next-level’ like guided team building. In other words, they’re too busy building a team to bother with organized team building.

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Using Employee Recognition To Increase Engagement

Employee recognition is an integral part of company team building. It acts as an incentive, thereby facilitating both individual and group success. Employee recognition also underscores the intimate connection between these levels of success. In short, employee recognition acts as a mediator between the various parts of your company team building efforts. By understanding these connections, you can use recognition programs to improve teamwork, morale, and employee engagement.

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The Steadiness Disc Personality Type

Disc testing is one of the most common ways that companies gain psychological insights into their employees. It’s also one of the most effective. Essentially, disc testing is a simple questionnaire an employee takes to determine their most salient personality characteristics. Management can then use this information to optimize employee happiness, engagement, and productivity.

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4 Ways Managers Can Spark Employee Creativity

Increased employee creativity is one of the most important benefits companies gain when they engage in professional corporate team building.  In fact, somebody’s not doing their job if your staff doesn’t return from their workshop feeling inspired and ready to solve problems differently.

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L.A. Clippers Join Blue Star Families in Bike-A-Thon to Help Their Own

Blue Star Families and the Los Angeles Clippers partnered with Magnovo to give 20 bikes to military families in the Los Angeles area

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MetLIfe’s Teamwork Skills in WheelCharity Deliver New Wheelchairs to Mystic Area Veterans’ Group

A hardworking team from MetLife caps a morning of training with an afternoon of service through WheelCharity™.

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6 Reasons Your New Company Should Participate in Team Building

Most new companies don’t think they can benefit from team building activities just yet. In fact, they probably don’t even consider it as an option. New companies are too busy developing their products, hiring their staff, and establishing a market strategy to consider something ‘next-level’ like guided team building. In other words, they’re too busy building a team to bother with organized team building.

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W. L. Gore & Associates Makes Mobility Possible for Locals in Need with WheelCharity

Two of W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.’s highly competitive sales teams pushed each other to succeed in this charity team building workshop hosted by a global manufacturing company.

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