A solid and in-sync team is integral to the success of a business. The relationships between people can either help you thrive. Over the years, team building has gotten a bad rap. Most people picture being forced to sit in a stuffy conference room playing games. In reality, team building can be so much more than that. Choosing the location, creating the right atmosphere, and selecting programming are all important steps in ensuring no one will be looking at their watches during your event. Read below for our top four types of team building that people will actually want to do.
D.C. is a hub of culture, events, and knowledge. There are a plethora of things to do ranging from discussions on foreign policy to free museums to festivals. With an increasing amount of people commuting into the city and living outside of the District, it can be hard to take advantage of all the city has to offer. So instead of scheduling another basic lunch, why not treat your team to an out-of-the-box excursion? Not only will your team members get to enjoy the city, but it is a chance for everyone to learn or try something new together! Here are 7 excursions that are a perfect reward for any stellar team.
AdvantEdge Workspaces is excited to ring in the New Year with SEVEN new Client Services Coordinators across our two DC locations! The position of Client Services Coordinator is the glue that holds AdvantEdge Workspaces together. From the bright smiles that greet each of our clients and their guests daily to the competent and supportive personal service that they provide, our Client Services Coordinators are integral to the success of our shared workspaces.
Is re-reading reports, arguing over figures, and miscommunicating facts the order of events at your typical team meeting? The status quo operating process in a typical American business can make collaboration difficult and drain the creativity and innovation out of team members. Shake-up your next meeting and motivate your team to communicate better with a time-tested ancient wonder: the marshmallow.
Why settle for weekly or monthly staff meetings when you could be collaborating on a daily basis? Social media savvy businesses are increasingly utilizing internal social networks, which promote increased employee collaboration and productivity while simultaneously minimizing costs.