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Premier Team Building

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    Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33303
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    (954) 993-2693
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Team building is the most important investment you can make for your people. It builds trust, mitigates conflict, encourages communication, and increases collaboration. Effective team building means more engaged employees, which is good for company culture and boosting the bottom line. It can also be adventurous and enjoyable if you do it with a little pizzazz. – Forbes*

We love hearing from our clients 3, 6, 8, or more months after an event that . . .
someone who participated in one of our culinary programs had a cocktail party to attend and needed to bring an appetizer. Remembering having participated in our culinary team building program, s/he made the dish discovered then, and it was a huge hit!
at one of our team building programs, “Joe,” from the New York office was on a team with “Sally,” from the Los Angeles office. Recently, Joe had a problem with a client and remembered Sally telling a story of how she handled the same problem, several months prior. Joe, who only knew Sally as a name and email address from the West coast office, prior to our team building event, picked up the phone, called her, and asked her to refresh his memory of how she handled the situation. She did. He acted accordingly, and it was easily solved . . . all due to them meeting and “bonding” at our event.
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*read the entire Forbes article HERE.