Sick of Team-Building Exercises?

Other ways to build morale

It’s enough to strike fear into even the most hardy of explorers. An announcement goes around the office that your boss has organized a team-building weekend. In a field. In the country.

It’s a sad state of affairs when events meant to bring us together do nothing but induce groans and rolled eyes. The intentions behind team-building exercises are generally good: a company that works together well as a team is likely to work more efficiently and have an improved relationship with clients. Good teamwork and inter-departmental communication also ensure low staff turnover, developing a team of experienced, knowledgeable staff.

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WRITTEN BY
Samantha Cox
Reprinted with permission by: www.silverdoor.co.uk