The new year begins with January, aptly named for the Roman god of doors and transition, Janus, whose two faces look in opposite directions – forward to the future and backward to the past. Janus might very well shake his two-faced head in dismay as he surveyed the year we are about to leave behind…. Read More »
Celebrating Thanksgiving in the midst of a devastating and protracted pandemic may seem like a pointless exercise. It is tempting to tally up our misfortunes – loss of a job, reduction in income, separation from loved ones, cancellation of travel plans, and postponement of celebrations. Then there is the hassle of masking and distancing, the… Read More »
Teams on lockdown don’t have to feel isolated from their coworkers. Beyond the video conferences, texting, and emails, there are ways to connect people, build morale, and foster camaraderie. Until your teams return to face-to-face interaction, these activities will go a long way toward keeping your people connected. 1. Set Up a Team Website to… Read More »
If you want a Dallas team building event that actually delivers meaningful results, so many factors have to be carefully orchestrated to create the right tone and focus. One of the most important influences is the location where the team building takes place. And with so many facilities available in Dallas, the decision quickly becomes overwhelming.
We’ve narrowed down some of our favorite places to hold off-site events…
After your team has come together for a team building activity, the memory of the fun they enjoyed and the lessons they learned starts fading as soon as daily life kicks back in. It’s easy for all the progress your team made to disappear as soon as the members step back into the office, but you can help them hold on to the experience. Taking a few practical steps can help make sure the team spirit stays alive in the days and weeks to come, long after your team building event has been said and done…
How the Duct Tape Game is Played Supplies For each team playing, you will need: A roll of duct tape A marker A poster board or flip chart Purpose To promote communication and collaboration. Directions 1. Set up: Take some of the duct tape and draw a circle about ten feet in diameter. Place a poster… Read More »