3 Tips for Creating a Fun and Effective Team Outing

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3 Tips for Creating a Fun and Effective Team Outing

A great team is key to a high performing company.  Investment in your team, with great coaching, training and feedback is essential.

Brian Scudamore, in this Forbes article, puts forth the idea that team building is the most important investment you will make.  That is high praise for something many owners see as fluff.

All work and no play makes a dull team. Total focus on high performance can lead to burn out, fatigue and turnover.  How do you create balance? Fun? A sense of adventure and connection with your team?  All the while making it purposeful.

Team outings are a great way to create connection inside your team, let them learn about each other as everyday people and reduce workplace stress.

Do you find it a stretch to invest in fun with your team?

In this episode of Ask Mackey, we check in with Joe O’Gorman, the Co-Owner of Full Throttle Indoor Karting, named Cincy Magazine’s Best Place for Team Building on his 3 best tips for creating a great team outing.

Click here to learn more about Joe’s 3 tips:

  1. Get people out of their comfort zone, but not too far out.
  2. Make it memorable.
  3. Let people be active participants.

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About the Author:

Author, speaker and fearless leader of the Prosperity People, Mackey McNeill is a passionate entrepreneur dedicated to creating prosperity in the lives of her clients and within her community. She has merged over 30 years of expertise as a CPA and Personal Financial Specialist with her knowledge of internal alignment to create The Prosperity Experience: a planning program rooted in self discovery and financial self actualization. A sought after thought leader on the subjects of money and intention, Mackey has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, TIME, Money, USA TODAY, Mint.com and Reader’s Digest, along with many other publications.

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