5 Questions to Guide Your Philanthropic-Focused Teambuilding Choice
The New Year is the perfect time to reignite your team’s spirit and purpose. Choosing a teambuilding program that not only brings your team together but also makes a meaningful impact on the community can be transformative. Here are five questions to guide your selection process and ensure you find the perfect fit from our line-up of in-person, virtual, and DIY Impact Kit programs, spanning various causes:
1. Shared Values: What causes and charities resonate with your team and company? Understanding values helps align your team’s passion with a cause that truly matters to everyone involved.
2. Format: Would an in-person event best serve your entire team, or is a virtual setting more inclusive? Perhaps a hybrid model offers the best of both worlds. Consider the format that maximizes participation and engagement.
3. Competitive Spirit: Does your team thrive on competition? If so, consider how competitive components can integrate into the program. Find an activity that combines the thrill of competition with a significant impact on those you support.
4. Impact: Which activity has the potential to make the most substantial impact on the community or cause your team cares about? Prioritize activities that promise a meaningful outcome for the recipients, reinforcing the purpose behind your team’s efforts.
5. Alignment: How does the activity align with your team’s or company’s goals for the new year? Think about your strategy and goals, and consider an activity that puts those words into focus.
At Impact 4 Good, we offer a range of options tailored to meet your team’s preferences and philanthropic goals. Let’s make an impact together! Choose a teambuilding activity that unites, inspires, and leaves a lasting positive impact. You can easily search across formats, causes, and activities here.
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