Good companies offer outplacement services, counseling, and other assistance to the workers being let go. The best companies also take swift action following layoffs to reorganize, reassure, and engage those who remain.
During team building activities, participants experience challenges, camaraderie, recognition, and fun. But what do they take away? After the shared laughter and the high-fives, what do they bring back home and to the workplace from that experience?
Team building plays a critical role in the new employee onboarding process. It’s as essential as getting set up with a company email account or watching your company’s safety videos—and does even more to get new employees productive quickly.
How do competitive team building activities provide value to organizations? How can they be used to teach collaboration? And how can team building combine competition with collaboration to deliver the “best of both worlds”?
Team building programs can be highly effective in sustaining and strengthening the bonds that keep employees highly engaged. Here’s what you need to know.
Our Go-Kart Competition now features Apple iPads® delivering text, audio and video clues, exciting gaming challenges, car trivia and the ability to capture and save all your memories of this truly heartwarming event with photos and video of your team in action. Each team develops a blueprint design that must be approved by Event staff […]
“Light is the task where many share the toil.” -Homer If you’ve seen any of the photos or videos of our corporate programs, you’ve probably noticed that there are often huge groups, hundreds or even thousands of participants, pictured. We call ourselves large group activities specialists because our team building events have been carefully crafted […]
Sometimes people have a negative association with the very idea of “team building” – often because they had a corporate team building experience in the past that they found did not help their work. Here are some of the ways Best Corporate Events fights this connotation (and items to look for when considering who to […]