Finding the right venue for a team retreat or offsite is an important part of the organisation process,…
Planning team trip easily is possible. We know that managing a team trip can be a bit of a challenge. Researching the best practices, comparing lots of websites, browsing through hundreds of venues, and then realising that the one you really liked doesn’t have a dedicated working space for your team. Upon finally picking the venue that is available and meets your teams’ requirements and budget, you find out it’s too far away from the airport or there aren’t suitable flights for all your team members, just to start from scratch again
Since the beginning of 2020 everyone’s working lives changed, businesses have seemed to be waxing lyrical about the benefits of remote working. No stressful commute, more time at home, a better work/life balance…there are lots of good bits, it has to be said.
But nothing is perfect, so what about the other side of the coin? There are undoubtedly many amazing benefits to remote work, but in this article, we will not focus on that.
Company culture is like art: it is unique, it’s easy to grasp and yet so hard to explain. It is also negotiable whether people in a company define culture or culture defines people. Still, if everything is so individual, can we say anything in general about it?
To say that the working world has changed dramatically in 2020 would be something of an understatement. Team retreats go a long way in combating the obstacles that remote working brings.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been the most discussed topic since it has totally changed the way the world functions & significantly altered the course of things we have been used to. Learn what we anticipate for team travel in the post COVID-19 world.
Whether you want to identify the hidden talents of your existing workforce or guide the team towards increased…
Companies, startups, corporations, family firms and basically every organisation with more than a single employee across the entire…