Let’s be honest. Right now, it’s an “employee’s market”. Every employer I’ve spoken to is short on staff , struggling to hire and desperate to ensure their employees stay.
Employers are struggling with costs due to lost time, low productivity, turnover, absenteeism, wasted management time, “water cooler” time, client dissatisfaction, work errors and more.
How you react to the current times is critical.
What are you waiting for?
Experience this hands-on interactive workshop with the first-ever board game designed to illustrate what is and is not a great company culture. This workshop is designed to help participants explore and discuss important values, characteristics and behaviors of healthy company cultures to discover how they can apply it to their own organizations.
The experience includes a deep dive into culture, and results in action plans for your organization. You’ll have a thought sharing, idea generating, collaboration producing, solution implementing experience!
Ideal for entire workforces or groups, teams and departments.
Company Culture is a game for team building, department meetings and company events. It's about what makes a great company culture and what helps your people thrive. This game will get everyone talking about ideas and creating positive programs that make your company a great place to work! You’ll have positive, productive fun & create a company culture of Traction not Transaction™! Enjoy the interactive, discussion-rich fun that will have your organization creating initiatives that will spark your morale and bring all levels of the company together.
“Traction not Transaction™ is the company’s mission to help employees gain emotional traction to grow within the organization well beyond transactional fulfilling of job duties.”
I would like to express my deep gratitude to the creative expertise of Taryl Hanson of Frame the Message Ink for her skills at bringing the concept and meaning of the game out of my head and onto the game.
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