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What is Team Building?

Do you schedule regular time for your team to socialize together? Does having dinner together help teams grow? What’s the difference between Team Bonding and Team Building? It is not enough to get your group together off site and have a few icebreaker games, or go bowling, or ride go carts. These activities are fun, and do lead to increased employee satisfaction because of the commitment to the employee, but sometimes simple friendship among the group is not enough. We consider these activities to be Team Bonding – fun events that encourage camaraderie and allow the team to get to know one another. Continue reading to learn what team building is and how it can help your company.

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Help us test our new Team Building Decision Tree, Win $100 - Round #2

We're giving away another $100 VISA card to someone who "test-drives" our Team Building Decision Tree. Simply go to our homepage, and find the Decision Tree link. LAUNCH the presentation, see where it takes you, and send us an email at the completion. You just answer a few questions about your event and what you are looking for, and this easy to use program will direct you to the best event(s) for your group. You can start again at any time, and there is no registration or follow up required.



This event is "Green" team building at its best! While taking on an ecologically friendly project, your team will connect, and build on the untapped resources available within each team. We custom design each event to meet local environmental needs, which can be anything from planting sea oats, counting endangered birds, or planting native vegetation. This dynamic and one-of-a-kind experience will benefit your team and the local environment now and in the future.

We custom design each event so the participants are having FUN, and they are also LEARNING. Everyone leaves the event with skills they can use in the workplace. Download a brochure.

Inukshuk Leadership

While traveling on Victoria Island my wife and I came across and ‘inukshuk’; a pile of stones stacked to resemble a human body. Clearly visible are two legs, a body, arms and a head. The stones are stacked in such a way as to readily know it was no accident. There is a lot inukshuk more to the history, but our first encounter and curiosity was answered by a person who told us that it was a practice of the Inuit Indians that notified other groups of safe passage.

Great leaders place ‘inutshuks’. They let others know of safe passage, or treacherous territory. READ MORE about Inukshuk Leadership.
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