"Team building" means something different to everyone.  It's an ongoing process that helps a work group learn to trust and support one another and respect one another's individual differences while evolving into a cohesive unit. If done right it can help individuals release their creativity and see their role in a new way while having fun (which helps them remember what they learned). What is critical to the success of any team building exercise, or a company outing for that matter, is the follow-up. How do you translate the positive experience into something that can be used to increase harmony and productivity? Otherwise, it's just an expensive memory.

If you have some ideas to share, please let us know and we'll check them out. If you want to be introduced to the right people, or you need more ideas in these or other destinations, ask us and we'll point you in the right direction. We know good people. 
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