From The Blog

The Rush Back to “Normal”

The longing to rush back to “normal” is  probably natural after all these months, but it may not be practical. Resistance to change is natural, too, but it can also be disastrous. The joy of healing hugs  Father’s Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June; that lands it on the 20th this year.

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Back to the Office

Is the dark cloud of terror from COVID lifting? Corporate bosses think so. Hence, the clamor for workers to come back to the office post haste.  “Location, Location, Location” Before WWII, Harold Samuel, a British real estate tycoon, coined this familiar phrase. It basically means that a property’s value depends on its location. Right now executives

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Upgrading Your Leadership Style

COVID-19 has turned Corporate America on it’s head. And you leaders in the executive suite have been on the receiving-end of the biggest and most traumatic disruptions.  To regroup and reset,  maybe it’s time for you to think about refreshing and upgrading your leadership style.  Great expectations or pipe dreams With the increase in vaccinations,

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New vs. Old Norms in the Workplace

New versus old norms in the workplace. The battle is heated and you can almost hear the rumbling and grumbling about home-based versus on-site work spaces. The great perception gap There’s good news and there’s bad news—which one applies to you depends on where you are on the food chain. The reports that  “According to

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What Makes a Workplace Great?

What makes a workplace great? It depends on who you’re asking. For younger staffers—who dominate the landscape of Corporate America—it means proactive involvement in making the community great— economically, environmentally, and socially. What makes a workplace great during a pandemic? American journalist, David Ignatius said it best: “Fear brings out the best in some people and

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Team Building

Team Building 101: Open Up and Listen Up!

The first lesson in Team Building 101 is “open up and listen up”! No need for notetaking or quizzes here.  Just open your mind and you’ll reach the head of the class in no time. Team Building 101: What to consider before you communicate Remember the teacher in Charles Shultz’s comic strip Peanuts? When Miss Othmar,

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What Our Clients Say

Everything was great. We had a great time and I heard over and over from my colleagues how much they enjoyed it. Hopefully we can do another team building with you next year! -A.M., Apple

Going into it, I was not enthusiastic because I thought it was going to be another cheesy, team building workshop. However, I was quite surprised at how well the facilitator communicated with our group and made us all feel very comfortable. I would recommend you for future workshops. -T.H., Wells Fargo

It was great to talk about our group dynamics and what we would like to achieve with the facilitator beforehand, so they were able to tailor the team building activities to our specific needs. -T.Y., Verizon Wireless

Our facilitator was amazing and we would recommend her and Magnovo to any corporation looking to host a team building event. -C.S., Boston Scientific

The planning time we had prior to the workshop was great because the facilitator was able to speak specifically about our group which added credibility and value immediately. The interactive components were also key to creating energy and engagement….and it was a fun way for the team to get to know each other better. -T.S., Comcast

The group all agreed that the workshop was 'more than they expected' – which is a great compliment coming from our group. Fun, engaging, worthwhile project! -C.Y., Microsoft

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