19 Jul

Looking For Employee Motivation?

Now the the recession is over, the entertainment and team building budgets are slowly getting replenished, now is a good time to think of your employees. Canada’s top companies have regular employee motivation programs; whether an adventure outing or fun filled dinner, gym memberships or use of company assets, like private yachts.

We, this is were we come in; Slixer’s selection of entertainment and team building events are just the trick to help retain quality employees after the past years of difficult cut backs and restrained budgets.

Whether, Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Seattle, Chicago, Montreal, Edmonton, Boston and our other cities we serve, we’re ready for an exciting fall helping you to build and motivate a strong, vibrant team.

13 Jul

Team Building Activities

An absolute must to maintain and encourage the best employees is team building events. All our offerings involve one or a combination of the below activities to ensure strong results.

  • simple social activities – to encourage team members to spend time together
  • group bonding sessions – company sponsored fun activities to get to know team members (sometimes intending also to inspire creativity)
  • personal development activities – individual programs given to groups (sometimes physically challenging)
  • team development activities – group-dynamic games designed to help individuals discover how they approach a problem, how the team works together, and discover better methods
  • psychological analysis of team roles, and training in how to work better together
  • Trust Slixer Entertainment to provide the best in team building, whether you’re in Toronto, Chicago, Seattle, Calgary, Vancouver, Edmonton, Montreal, Winnipeg, New York or many other city locations – we are sure to impress.

    09 Jul

    Team Building

    Reasons for Team Building or Team Bonding show how vital this exercise is to corporate dynamics:

    • Improving communication
    • Making the workplace more enjoyable
    • Motivating a team
    • Getting to know each other
    • Getting everyone “onto the same page”, including goal setting
    • Teaching the team self-regulation strategies
    • Helping participants to learn more about themselves (strengths and weaknesses)
    • Identifying and utilizing the strengths of team members
    • Improving team productivity
    • Practicing effective collaboration with team members