If you want your team or organization to do something that will help the children in your community, consider getting them involved in a stuffed animal charity. Read more
The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary.
Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it’s always your choice.
It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.
Team building charity work can be a great way to inspire your team and bring your organization closer to the community. The season of giving is year-round, and there is no shortage of team building charity work from which to choose. You can use charity challenges for community services days, as a celebration, or in place of a conference. Read more
All progress takes place outside the comfort zone.
~Michael John Bobak
You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it.
March Madness, the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament, is the embodiment of Team Building 101. Sixty-eight teams are in a single-elimination battle for the glory of their schools and their regions. In the world of collegiate sports, it’s Christmas and the Super Bowl rolled into one wild ride. Ask anyone in the National Collegiate Athletic Association from the coaches to the players to the waterboys and they’ll tell you that one of the basics of successful team building is participative leadership.
Knowledge is being aware of what you can do. Wisdom is knowing when not to do it.
Using charities as team building projects can be particularly meaningful, pairing social responsibility with community benefit. Partaking in these team building projects can provide team members with a fresh perspective and allows them to use their many skills for the good of others. Read more