Does Anyone Care About Me?

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It’s been said that a job is what you make of it. In most organizations that has never been truer than it is today.  Organizations recognize that in a knowledge-based economy their greatest assets are not hardware or bricks and mortar … but people. You can take advantage of the prevailing economy by asking for… Read more »

Team Re-Building During Change

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Harness change and use it as an engine for high-performance team building Change always creates energy. Unleashed, that energy can turn negative and scorchthe organization beyond recovery. Channel it, and it will power up teams to new heights of performance. There are three guarantees about change: Change will never stop.  It will only accelerate, particularly… Read more »

LIFELINE Team Building Game

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We facilitated this team event in Toronto Ontario Canada and used it as a substitute for an outdoor activity when a snowstorm hit the area without warning. When you are considering holding a team building event, always consider having a couple of activities that can be moved either indoors or outside if circumstances throw you… Read more »

Team Building: WARNING – FIRST, DO NO HARM!!

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Team Building

Even some of the old “trust” exercises that have been done for years need to be reassessed.  I observed an Ontario team building event that incorporated one of those “death drop” activities that are supposed to create trust. (To my knowledge, this particular activity has never been proven through any kind of research to be… Read more »