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Event ingredient: a debate?!

Many event professionals will tell you that “interaction” is an important ingredient for an event. A debate is one of the strongest examples of interaction. Yet, it’s often not part of an event program.


 

Fun office games for employees

Albert Einstein might have summarized it in the best way: “Play is the highest form of research”. Office games create an informal atmosphere which helps to create trust at the workplace, boost morale and foster engagement among your staff. The more trust is present in a team, the more innovation will take root.


 

Kuehne + Nagel gives voice to all employees

Logistic service provider Kuehne + Nagel has 27 branches in the Netherlands, and employs about 3,000 people. In the hustle and bustle of everyday life there is not always the opportunity for the team to discuss things with supervisors and management, about what could be done differently or better.


 

How to run an effective meeting

Imagine a meeting that you leave full of energy. Encounters with colleagues and talks that just greatly inspire you! Unfortunately, these kinds of meetings rather seem an exception than a rule. There are some worrying figures out there that underline the ineffectiveness of most of our meeting behavior.


 

Team building exercises for meetings

When looking into team building exercises for meetings, often the most extreme exercises tend to come up. From egg-and-spoon races to blindfolded indoor tent building. Games of which it remains to be seen just how effectively they contribute to better teamwork.


How to build trust in the workplace

In business, the word ‘trust’ can easily be perceived as a hallow term. It can be difficult to grasp the real meaning of it. Trust might not be easy to quantify, but everyone will agree that it is worth spending time and resources on. British employee engagement specialist Susan Jacobs, known from the Jacobs Model, defined the following 8 drivers of trust on the work floor



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