Team Building

Whodunit? Murder Mystery Team-Building in West Virginia 

Drama. Intrigue. Suspense. No, It’s not the latest Netflix series. It’s what you get when you plan a murder mystery team-building experience in West Virginia!

Businesses can choose from all sorts of activities when it comes to team building. One option that is often overlooked is the murder mystery team-building exercise. This type of activity can be highly beneficial for a corporate event, as it can help promote teamwork and communication while providing some fun and excitement.

Designed to test your teamwork, communication, and problem-solving skills, Robin Poling shares the murder mystery experience Stonewall Resort hosts for groups. 

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5 Competitive Team Building Activities to Boost Morale and Enhance Communication

When building a solid and cohesive team, few things are more important than communication and morale. The key to a secure and productive workforce is to let team members participate in the company readily so they can understand where and how they fit in. And this requires a spirit of camaraderie in the workplace.

Competitive team-building activities foster team bonding and a sense of belonging that creates a positive work environment. It also encourages healthy competition and promotes peer-to-peer recognition. It’s the process that enables corporate teams to reach their common goals more effectively.

With some help from Stonewall Resort’s sales manager, Robin Poling, we’re sharing a few ideas, tips, and tricks for infusing competitive team-building activities into your next corporate meeting.

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7 Unconventional Team Building Ideas Your Group Will Love this Spring

With spring comes warmer days and plenty of opportunities to explore outside.  And while there are plenty of tried-and-true team-building activities out there, why not shake things up with something a little bit different at your next meeting or corporate event?

We have a few ideas to help you do just that!

Here are seven unconventional ideas to get your team working together and having fun this spring.

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8 Team Building Activities Perfect for Fall

Crisp air and shorter days can only mean one thing, fall is here! It is the perfect time to start thinking ahead while giving your team a break and investing in their well-being.

This time of year is an ideal time to plan an offsite strategy meeting that includes team building activities since everyone is winding down from summer, they are falling back into a routine, and the busyness of the holidays is not yet upon us. It can help mentally prepare everyone for the year ahead. The weather is also often cooperative in the fall so you can safely meet outdoors or inside with open windows and doors for fresh air.  

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How to Keep Your Team Loyal, Inspired & Cohesive

We’ve been apart for some time now – what a better time to engage in team-building to bring your teams back stronger and more resilient. Thoughtful team-building activities are one of the most effective ways to boost your company culture, which ultimately leads to diversity, inclusion, and equality.

Building a loyal, inspired, and cohesive team through intentional team-building activities and events will bring us back together with a renewed appreciation of each team member, their strengths, and their individual contribution to the organization.

Let’s explore some trends in team-building activities to do just that.

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Beyond the BORED Room: Team Building Exercises That Genuinely Enhance Meeting Productivity

Want a better return on your investment for your next meeting? Add team building to the agenda. We aren’t talking cliche “catch me while I fall backward” team-building exercises. Instead, plan genuine, effective activities that will strengthen your staff’s bond, enhance creativity, and build confidence in one another which ultimately increases creativity and productivity.

Not sure where to start? Here are five tried and true team-building exercises that are sure to enhance your next corporate meeting.