How To Win Friends And Influence A More Efficient Workplace

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Outdoor team building

Evening entertainment can take many forms. Dinner out and a movie. Ordering pizza and renting a DVD. Or a long walk on a moonlit beach, if you happen to have a beach handy. But some companies are turning evening entertainment into an opportunity to improve the workplace, by developing team building events, hosting recognition dinners, and bringing in special performance groups to entertain and energize their employees.

Corporate entertainment can consist of indoor or outdoor team building events, designed to build trust, motivate thinking, foster cooperation, develop problem solving skills, instill leadership characteristics, and improve overall communication. And bringing employees outside is a great way to clear the mind and refresh the body.
Realizing the importance of a happy and stable home life to a healthy and productive day at the office, many businesses have expanded their corporate fun days into family fun days.

The most productive and successful teams are made up of individuals who see themselves as part of a bigger, interconnected picture, rather than just isolated workers. Social events away from the office where workers can interact with one another apart from the usual professional setting can actually help to strengthen the sense of camaraderie and unity. More and more corporations are turning to evening entertainment as a means of bringing employees closer together, hoping that the friendships they form can translate to a more efficient and more productive workforce. And from the perspective of the employee, any employer willing to provide quality evening entertainment is an employer who takes care of their people.

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Comments (7)

  • Emma PAge

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    We had our annual meeting a month ago at a resort just north of the city in Lake Geneva. After a day of meetings and seminars, we got to hear a wonderful a cappella group who totally made the whole day worthwhile!

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  • Neil Duncan

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    If I wanted to go outside and trust-fall I would have signed up as a camp counselor. I hate those corporate-sponsored outings.

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  • Alfred Young

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    If I wanted to go outside and trust-fall I would have signed up as a camp counselor. I hate those corporate-sponsored outings.

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  • Taylor James

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    If I wanted to go outside and trust-fall I would have signed up as a camp counselor. I hate those corporate-sponsored outings.

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  • Michael Terry

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    If I wanted to go outside and trust-fall I would have signed up as a camp counselor. I hate those corporate-sponsored outings.

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  • Samantha Barrett

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    If I wanted to go outside and trust-fall I would have signed up as a camp counselor. I hate those corporate-sponsored outings.

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  • Pedro Walters

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    If I wanted to go outside and trust-fall I would have signed up as a camp counselor. I hate those corporate-sponsored outings.

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