Coming Up With Nick Gianoulis: How to Up Your Teambuilding Game

By Connect Staff, May 18, 2016

Coming up at Connect: We’re hosting a webinar you won’t want to miss. Check out the details below and click here to sign up!

Webinar | Why the Traditional Teambuilding Model Is Broken and What to Do Instead
Sponsored by Visit Lubbock

When: Wednesday, May 25, 2016, at 2 p.m. EDT

When attendees are involved in teambuilding, they might think they’re on a one-way train to snoozeville. Many would describe teambuilding as long, boring and expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. Learn a new model, its science and the laws of fun from the man whose company has delivered more fun than anyone in the world: Nick Gianoulis, founder of The Fun Dept. and co-author of “Playing it Forward.”

Learning Objectives
1. Know why fun matters at work.
2. Learn the model, science and laws of fun.
3. Find out how to effectively implement fun within the workplace.

NickGianoulis_Headshot_WebWho: Nick Gianoulis, Founder of The Fun Dept.

Nick Gianoulis is founder of The Fun Dept.—a consulting and training company that has been featured on CNN, BBC News, The Washington Post, TEDx and numerous other media outlets, and has clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies to those with as few as 10 employees.

Known as “The Godfather of Fun,” Gianoulis began his company after experiencing firsthand the enhanced culture and business results of fun during his 20-year corporate management tenure with a company that embraced a work-hard-play-hard culture. Gianoulis is also co-author of “Playing It Forward.”

His company has delivered more fun in the workplace than any other company in the world. Gianoulis believes building brief, consistent and engaging activities into the corporate culture is more important than ever thanks to the presence of millennials, who will make up 75 percent of the workforce by 2025.

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For more information on past and upcoming webinars, click here.

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