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Why building teamwork is critical for Gray Graphics

Gray Graphics took a day trip this fall to Hemlock Overlook Regional Park in Northern Virginia to incorporate critical team-building exercises into their workplace dynamic.

These employees learned firsthand how important it can be to experience new concepts together and build trust and accountability into the workplace.

From ziplining to building human pyramids, what began as a Saturday morning carpool turned into a camaraderie-building experience for all the team members.

Some of the activities they did included swinging across a muddy pit while the rest of the team were responsible for positioning them on various platforms. In other activities, team members broke up into groups of two and led each other through a forest blindfolded with only yes/no questions to guide them.

They also worked through a maze of wooden poles and created a human pyramid.

The experience brought Gray Graphics team members closer together and delivered a day they'll never forget!



The 6 best company team building activities to build workplace camaraderie
Insider Monkey
When a team-building activity works out, employees end up united as a group, increasing strengths, addressing weaknesses and developing important problem-solving capacity and creativity skills. Furthermore, a good working environment makes each worker enjoy their time at the office more, and everyone knows a happy worker is a good worker. So Here's a list of the best company team-building activities.

Millennials crave workplace bonding, friendship
The Seattle Times
Millennials search for closeness in their office relationships, perhaps more than any other age group does. Millennials believe these relationships will enhance their career and make their work environment better.

As millennials stream into workplaces, businesses are perplexed by how to help these young workers build camaraderie at work while keeping other generations engaged, too. While nearly half of all workers believe office friendships increase workplace happiness, the importance of these friendships means something different to each generation.

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