Halloween Game For Team Building

Halloween Game For Team Building

Halloween is coming soon and it falls on the 31st of October every year. We previously organised a Halloween-themed team building for one of the multi-national corporations from U.S.A. that has a branch in Penang, Malaysia.   One of the activities for the team building included a Halloween costume-making game. Participants were divided into groups of 4. They were then given materials such as cloth, glass papers, newspapers, strings, marker pens and face paint to work with. The participants were to create a Halloween costume within a given time frame.     This costume is to be worn by one of the participants and to be showcased during a catwalk session which took place after the costume making session.     The participants in each group have to discuss and make the costume together. This enhances their co-operation skills and team spirit. Talk about spirit during Halloween but this team spirit is good for team building.     The colours of the materials varied for each group. The materials were packed...
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Teamwork

Teamwork

When you run your business, you will definitely need to work with other people at some point of your work. Those people might not be those you hire or from the same company as you and it can be those who are working with you to achieve something. It could be to finish a project or to complete a business service you are providing. Basically you are working towards a certain goal together. Teamwork is very important then.   Even if you run as a one-man show in your company, you need to have the skill of a good team player. Do you realise that the person hiring you for your business service or paying for your product, meaning your customer, is actually one of your team members ? Think about it. You are both working towards the same goal - if it is service you are providing, you are both going towards the goal of having the service carried out or...
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More Types Of Event Seating Arrangement and Layout

More Types Of Event Seating Arrangement and Layout

Last week we published our blog post called "Types of Event Seating Arrangement And Layout". This week, we include more types of event layout and seating arrangements. 1. Horse-shoe   Horse-shoe layout. Horse-shoe layout is in a rounded-U shape. There are only chairs placed in the horse-shoe shape with no tables. It is usually used for bigger groups.   2. Oval Oval seating arrangement. Oval style is just like the horse-shoe, where there are only chairs but it is arranged in the shape of an oval.   3. V-Shape V-shape layout. This setting consists of two rows of tables, arranged in a V-like shape, if you are looking at it from the back of the room. There is a row of table on the left and a row of table on the right, with sufficient space for people to walk in between the two rows, to get to the front of the room. There is usually a speaker, presentation or program going on at the front of the room.   4. Herringbone   Herringbone...
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