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Motivation was one of the most over used and abused words of the previous decade. Nonetheless, its absence in anyone’s life is the most felt and is the most wanted by Corporate professionals in most of the organizations.
A previous employee of Amazon made a shocking revelation some time ago stating that: “Nearly every person I worked with, I saw cry at their desk,” and the same was published in a famous new daily. Don’t let this happen at workplace. Take the motivation scale up with best motivational activities.
Quarter ending meetings and conferences become engaging with outbound training. Employees feel troubled to come out openly about their grievances in Office environment. Corporate training companies in India revolutionized motivational activities in the last decade. Some of these intriguing events are:
Best Motivational Activities for employees to inspire in initiating a healthy association.
Motivation too is short-lived like hunger, thirst, sleep and any other human desires. Employees need to be motivated frequently to stay free from stress. It is impossible to conduct motivational sessions regularly but can be conducted every quarter. Nonetheless, if these exercises are carried out frequently, the employees will feel energetic to pursue their daily work goals.
Every venue has its own advantages and disadvantages but can be engaged by appropriate planning and resources. There are ways to engage employees and keep them motivated to avoid the cost of losing them due to frivolous slippages and investing in recruitment again.
Employees are the most important asset of any organization and a key factor behind its success. It is imperative to keep them motivated and fire burning in their bellies to get the best results. It is for this reason companies plan and organize a variety of motivational activities for employees to ensure their continued enthusiasm.
Many times, it has been seen that despite hoping otherwise, the motivation levels of the employees reach a low point, which in turn catch on like a bad case of the flu. Even if you have complete faith in your company and what you are aiming to achieve, without your employees sharing the same enthusiasm, you will not get anywhere. It may result in decreased revenue, unsatisfactory customer service, poor performance, and spiraling brand reputation. To avoid such a scenario and to ensure your company achieving full potential, it is important to plan some motivational activities for employees.
The Thought Bulb, a leading corporate training company plans and delivers results-oriented motivational activities for employees that brings a remarkable change in their attitude towards their jobs. They feel re-energized and raring to go once again. These activities are planned in such a way that it increases the motivational level and productivity of the teams. It has been repeatedly proved that where monetary benefits and perks fail, motivational activities for employees do the magic.
As a forward-looking Corporate Training Company in India, The Thought Bulb has always worked hard on some inspirational work that helps employees come out of their dull and dreary existence and start working towards achieving organizational goals with renewed vigour and tenacity.
Backed with extensive experience and expertise in this niche, they have helped many organizations achieve objectives and results which seemed to be difficult. We understand the significance of an engaged workforce and how that drive within them can help them surpass their goals.
It is significant to understand that positive and negative attitudes can be highly contagious. Thus, the organizations need an enthusiastic and motivating work culture that allows employees to see their workplace in a positive light. At Thought Bulb, we can give additional support with well-curated and planned motivational activities that keep employees in high spirits.
It was a great experience organising the team events with Thought Bulb team. Apart from being on top of their own events the team members gelled with our members and helped us in other activities as well. For us the expertise of the Thought Bulb team made the event really successful.
It has been a pleasure associating with Thought Bulb Team. They invest time to understand the business requirements and align their creative interventions engaging all participants within a fun framework. The messages delivered through their interventions are subtle yet impactful.
The activities addressed our requirements in achieving the end goal of the offsite, which we had envisaged initially. We thoroughly enjoyed it as a team and I have personally received amazing feedback from all participants.
The Terrarium challenge by Thought Bulb was thoroughly engaging and widely appreciated by our target audience. It found its mark and reinforced the trust on sustainability, bringing in the due business angle. Full marks on both content and delivery!
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