How to Create a Less Stressful Workplace in 2020

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Stress can do lots of damage to both the body and mind. Business owners know how important it is to keep their employees happy. When there’s too much stress in the workplace, it takes its toll on productivity. It also affects the overall health of both the employee and the office environment. After all, when… Read more »

Good Behavior and Community Spirit at the Office

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Whether you’re opening the door for a stranger or organizing team members at the office so that they can become more involved with the local community, it feels good to do good. Let’s face it; positivity breeds positive outcomes. Great team leaders can encourage their teammates and even their fellow building occupants to embrace good… Read more »

Christmas Parties and Team-Building Days

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Christmas office parties can be the perfect time to bring back memories of some of the team-building days employees have shared. It’s also a great setting where your co-workers will thank you for getting them involved and enabling them to tap into talents they may not have thought they had. Besides team-building activities, holiday parties… Read more »

Celebrating Thanksgiving in the Office: How to Do it Right

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Don’t neglect the holidays. Celebrating Thanksgiving in the office can help create and maintain a great company culture. The holiday spirit in the office can keep employees motivated and happy to be at work. Not only do these kinds of celebrations motivate employees, but they can also help strengthen relationships and build communication lines between… Read more »

How do I bring new employees into our company culture?

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Do you remember your first day in the office? It was probably a little stressful and perhaps a bit uncomfortable too. After all, you were walking into an environment where work friendships and common bonds were shared. And then there’s that feeling that all eyes are on you. Yes, every office has its own vibe,… Read more »

How Your Team Can Benefit from Escape Room Team Building

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Employees can benefit from a variety of team building activities. By now, you’ve probably read all about escape rooms. The popularity of these escape room games has grown substantially over the last few years. It’s easy to see why. After all, the concept offers many benefits for your employees. These escape room games provide more… Read more »

Client Spotlight: Amazon

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  “As part of our leadership summit, we wanted to find something to get the team to work together. With people flying in from different parts of the US, it was essential to do some team building.”   Amazon is one of the biggest and most recognized technology companies. Amazon focuses on e-commerce, cloud computing,… Read more »

Rules of a Good Followership

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It seems like there’s a big emphasis on developing leadership qualities. However, what about the art of followership? Let’s face it. No matter how big or small the business, there are more followers than leaders. Of course, it’s easy to see why leadership qualities are always such a hot topic. After all, when you’re a… Read more »

Client Spotlight: Ionis Pharmaceuticals

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  “We have a new team in the research department, and they haven’t really been together for too long. We wanted to find something so that we could get the team to really interact together. Our goals were to build and grow as a team.”   Ionis Pharmaceuticals is a leader in RNA-targeted therapeutics. Based… Read more »

Client Spotlight: Bankers Healthcare Group

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Bankers Healthcare Group     “Everyone truly enjoyed SpyGame. It wasn’t your average bowling or escape room.”   Bankers Healthcare Group was determined to bring their two departments together this summer, the issue was finding the best way to do so. They needed something challenging, yet built around teamwork, and getting out of the office… Read more »