While trust falls and drum circles are known for building camaraderie, sometimes you just want to know if someone is a fellow Green Bay Packers fan or why they have a framed picture near their desk that says, “Neville Would Have Done It in Four Books.” So what are real activities leaders and employees can participate in together to help get to know each other better?
Meet to Discuss Non-Work Topics
Our employees are like family. I schedule weekly lunches and individual meetings that aren’t work-related. We like to discuss what’s going on in their lives, common interests, or other things that take the focus off of work for a while. It helps us all feel closer and enhances our work as a team. – Justin Lefkovitch, Mirrored Media
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