The New Year has just begun, which means it’s time to think about what we want to improve in 2016. While the usual New Year’s resolutions of getting healthier and spending less are worthy goals, connecting your employees to your team vision is another positive change that could help you and everyone on your team…. Read More »
A full team building event is key for encouraging communication, building bonds, and practicing problem solving between people working together. But if you don’t have time for one because the new team needs to gel quickly so that they can start a project as soon as possible, or your current team just needs a quick… Read More »
When many people think of the holiday season in the context of the workplace, the thought of holiday office parties comes to mind. While these seasonal celebrations can be fun, oftentimes they miss an opportunity for team building during a time when people are in the mood to have fun together. You can easily squeeze… Read More »
A grade school field trip to the museum stands out as a fun break of routine, and learning happens effortlessly. Today a visit to a museum like The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is much the same, but you can learn even more than what the exhibits teach–especially if you’re searching for your next… Read More »
Whether your team building event is for a school sports team, church group, or employees, one of the first steps in planning a successful session is choosing a venue that will support your goals — and part of that choice is deciding whether to stay indoors or go outside. This seemingly innocuous factor can contribute… Read More »
“There was an idea – Stark knows this – called the Avengers Initiative. The idea was to bring together a group of remarkable people to see if they could become something more, to see if they could work together when we needed them to, to fight the battles that we never could. . . …. Read More »
It’s no secret that group outings are good for teams. They encourage bonding, reduce stress, and let people get to know their teammates on a deeper level. The right fun group activities in Dallas will take your people out of the office in order to deliver benefits that help them in the office. (Although group… Read More »
From spring blossom to winter holidays, every season has its charms and every season is a good time for strengthening team bonds. But if we had to pick the best time to have a team building event, summer would win by a long shot. Summer is the perfect environment for creating connections. We break down… Read More »
So today’s the day: you’re meeting the new team that you’ll be leading.
Somehow, this group has got to evolve into an efficient and effective force in your company quickly, and that means gelling as a team quickly. While this mentality can’t be built overnight, you can easily jump start the process with ice breaker games…
On September 23, 1999, an embarrassing communication failure between two remote teams cost NASA $125 million.
The mission, the Mars Climate Orbiter designed to provide data on Mars’ water history, was doomed at the outset. The spacecraft construction team at Lockheed Martin made its calculations using English units of measurement (inches and feet), while the NASA navigation team based its projections on the metric system…