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Teambuilding: Tantrums, trials and tipsy employees

Teambuilding: Tantrums, trials and tipsy employees

I’ve worked in some of the UK’s most successful companies and loved it, most of the time. However, the trend for team-building during my decade or so in these corporations illicits the equivalent of road rage in me, I call it my ‘Teambuilding Temper’ – you mention teambuilding and I feel like having a terrible twos temper tantrum.

 

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