Competition Meets Cooperation
When your the teams you manage have a chance to interact and have fun on activities (seemingly) unrelated to work, you reap the added benefits of increasing team chemistry and boosting morale and employee engagement. Effective team building programs span the range, from simple trust-building activities to corporate campouts, all on company time. The last part, “on company time,” sends a message to your staff that company leaders support their personal relationships and the value they bring to the work effort. That’s all good. But the trouble with traditional “team building activities” as seen on YouTube and other platforms, is there are no secrets anymore.