About the last thing you would expect to find in the office, is people playing, it is associated with time wasting and being unprofessional. However, is it really a waste of time, and should it have a place in the office?
Often creativity is misinterpreted as a talent, but in fact it is more of a mode of operation. We all have an inherent creative side, it’s just a matter of allowing it to breath. During our workshops, people are astounded at the ‘creative talent’ in their group… but really all that is happening is that we give people permission to play and explore.
It is widely accepted that we are most productive when we are happy and having fun. It is also accepted that celebrating success leads to more success. So why is it that fun remains the “F” word when it comes to office etiquette? One of the little things I like to do with my team is […]
I saw this video, and it reminded me of how the simplest things can change the day to day routine of life into something fun and memorable. We all know what effect low energy and moral can have on an environment. We are less likely to open up and communicate, share and get involved. We often forget how easy it is to spread a little bit of happiness, and how powerful that can be.