Ready for the holidays? Hosting a memorable holiday party doesn’t have to feel like an overwhelming feat requiring the hosting aptitude of a Better Homes & Gardens magazine. These tips will help streamline your party planning so you can enjoy time with your friends and family while creating a festive and memorable atmosphere that will have everyone talking!
Team building is important. It helps your employees learn how to work together, communicate and get along. All of this can help your business run smoothly and more efficiently. However, far too many companies make one main mistake — they put corporate interests first. This can make the event team boring, rather than team building. Here are a few tips to help ensure your event is a fun and successful one for your employees.
Brian Scudamore on Forbes.com states “Team building has a bad rap. In most companies when a supervisor says, ‘We’re going to do some team building!’ employees start re-running old episodes of The Office.” Team building is often seen as something we HAVE to do when it should be something we WANT to do. There are many benefits to team building when it is done correctly. Here are a few of the benefits of team building and how you can help your employees achieve these goals when you invest in team building activities.
What’s the best part of any event? That’s right, we know you’re thinking it: the obstacle course. Either you look forward to them with pure excitement or a decent dose of fear. Regardless, we think these GIFs tell a pretty great story of the inflatable obstacle course experience.
Virtual reality is the wave of the future in terms of entertainment, with more and more technology companies jumping on this growing trend. The next time you are planning an event, incorporating a virtual reality element can truly enhance the experience and take your event to the next level. So, just what is virtual reality and how does it work? Here’s what you need to know.
We’re right in the heart of summer, and that means that it is prime time for backyard gatherings and other parties. Throwing a hit party involves more than just tossing some burgers on the grill and calling it a day. Read on to learn how to make your party a hit this summer!
When was the last time you talked with your neighbors? Not just a passing hello, but a real, heartfelt conversation? If it has been awhile, you are not alone. Research shows fewer and fewer people even know the names of the people who live on the same block, let alone choose to socialize or interact with them.