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Let’s Build Bikes as Part of Your Holiday Team Building Event

Let’s build bikes for the holidays!

There are many ways to design holiday team building programs for your employees but to truly make things exciting you have to think outside of the box and go with something that they haven’t tried before. It’s very likely that some of them have already done the usual team building events before, so if you want to make an impact you can go with something that not only brings out their individual strengths but also helps them give back to the community. Instead of the same old event, let’s build some bikes together!
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Holiday Team Building Activities – When Giving is Building

We all have a mental image of what holiday team building activities entail, but some of the options might surprise you!

Team building is about taking a step back from the regular hustle of the workplace to bond with co-workers and revisit the core values of the company. An effective team building workshop is one where employees go back to work re-energized and with renewed commitment to work with each other towards achieving team goals. However, you can take your activity to the next level by integrating community service with holiday team building. Why? Because giving back to the community coupled with the holidays is a proven formula for creating something that is relevant and memorable.
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Holiday Team Building Ideas – Five Things You Need to Remember

Holiday team building ideas can be a bit tricky.

They have the potential to be effective if you are able to take advantage of the upbeat and festive demeanor of most people during the holidays, or it can go horribly wrong if the activity causes additional stress to already high-strung holiday-season emotions.

Here are five things to remember when plotting out your holiday team building ideas.
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Tis The Season To Be Jolly With A Holiday Team Building Event

Make your company’s yuletide celebration more memorable this year by hosting a holiday team building event instead of just having a company holiday party.

Of course the food and drinks will still abound, but unlike the usual year end party, your holiday team building event will be a fun learning activity that gives participants great memories and the joy of giving back, instead of just hangovers and indigestion.

Team building is a motivational experience for employees to gain knowledge of not only how to work together better but also of what the people they work with are all about. When employees leave the office (and all the stress associated with it) and engage in personal bonding through fun activities, it results in both learning new skills and developing other assets and connecting as a team.
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