Every Boise company leader knows that while the bottom line is important, there is no way you will reach your financial goals without a strong company culture.
And this isn’t changing anytime soon. In fact, it will only become more important. As more young people enter the workforce, their values and priorities will shape the landscape of how we work.
While there are certainly pros and cons to these changes, there’s no doubt they’re here to stay.
The question is: How do we stay focused on our financial goals while maintaining a fun organizational culture?
There are thousands of articles on Google with answers to this question. A few common themes we saw were:
Making space for fun
Boise Team Building
Escape rooms may be the perfect fit to give your company culture the boost you’re looking for.
Benefits of Boise Escape Room for team building include:
- Building Rapport: Team members work together and collaborate.
- Problem Solving: Your Boise team works towards a common goal.
- Conflict Resolution: False starts, competing strategies, and unexpected twists require team member to work through conflicts.
- Uncover Hidden Talents: You and your team just may learn about some skills you didn’t know you possessed.
- Identify Hiring and Promotion Potential: Bring your company’s future leaders out of the woodwork.
- Increase Engagement and Morale: Work hard and have fun together when you plan your escape.
While there are plenty of ways to build up your company culture, escape rooms may be one piece of that puzzle.
“I brought my team for a team building activity. They divided us into two groups and observed each group for a post analysis discussion. Our teams did not “escape” but we were close. We had fun and got to see how we worked together outside of the work environment. It was fascinating. A few surprises. We were so competitive that we were more focused on getting something open rather than allow the process to happen organically and in the order it should happen. We learned that we need to work on team more than individual to get something accomplished. Good stuff.”