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The holidays are often a whirlwind of activity beginning on Thanksgiving Day and lasting through January 1st… the average person has multiple events to attend, and, by the time that last holiday canapé has been sampled and champagne glass clinked and drained, you are often too pooped to participate in just one more party.
If you’re the host or hostess of a holiday get together, don’t let your invitation get discarded or be RSVP’d as “sorry I can’t make it” because it portends to be the same-old, same-old holiday gathering. This year show some ingenuity and create a party with pizzazz!
Once you see the store shelves laden with pumpkin goodies, cider and donuts, you just know that the holidays are not far off. You may not have your holiday shopping ideas even formulated in your mind yet, let alone the presents bought, before your local radio stations start playing non-stop holiday music.
Every ethnicity and some religions seems to have its own celebrations when a child turns a certain age. For most “Americans” 16 and 21 are always celebrated with big parties because 16 is when you can start to drive, and 21, well, we all know what that means. In Jewish law boys and girls also have bat mitzvahs and bar mitzvahs when they turn ages 12 and 13. Spanish people also have a coming of age celebration as well, called a Quinceañera. This happens when a girl turns 15 traditionally, but for Spanish people in the United States this means that a girl has turned 15 years old. It used to be many years ago that both males and females celebrated a Quinceañera – it was a rites of passage. This is a celebration that works differently for both boys and girls and these days in modern times it tends to be more for young woman than young men.
If you have a business and you have people working for you or beside you, you might be wondering about ways to bring the team together, boost morale, and have a little fun with them. One of the ways you can go about this is to try team building exercises and activities. Depending on what you want to do, your location and what venues are available – you can do indoor or outdoor activities, in office or out of office, as well as regular team building exercises i.e.; trust falls, or something a little more fun and adventurous like kayaking, culinary events or zip lining. The question here shouldn’t really be IS team building important, but rather why it’s important. Below, you will find a list of just some of the reasons why team building is so important and different benefits that it can bring to your company and your team.
Well, it’s that time of year again – summer time! Fresh air, warm sun on your face and corporate team building exercises?! Well, okay, maybe not everyone is going to be interested in that last part, but if you have a business, are a manager, or you have a team of people that work for or with you, the summer might just be the perfect time to step outside, breath in the fresh air, and enjoy some team building exercises for your team members. Team building events is about doing fun stuff; going out of the normal everyday routine your team is used to, and having some fun, learning to work with each other, or just playing some legal hooky on a day of filled with some really cool activities. Summer is a great time for these events because it allows you to go outside and enjoy the weather. If you are looking for a few ideas for your next corporate events venue in New Jersey, continue reading below for some fun ideas.
Corporate Team Building events might sound like a new term to you, but I can assure you that this is nothing new! In fact, if you have a business or a company and you’ve been noticing that you have a team that is starting to get overwhelmed with their workload, or they are starting to drag their feet (literally) or you even notice that some team members have interpersonal office issues with other members of the team; corporate team building events are a good option to consider looking into. Really, these are just team outings. Yeah, outings outside the office. It gives your team a chance to take a break, have some fun, and maybe even work out some issues they have between each other. If you are looking for some corporate team building ideas here are some great ideas from a corporate events venue in Jersey City.