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Although WFH can be a wonderful tool for creating a better work life, we are now seeing issues arising around it. Whether your company is WFH, back in the office, or somewhat of a mix, a corporate retreat can be a great management tool to ensure your company isn’t falling behind. Here are some ways your company can benefit from a corporate retreat.
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Creating bonds with face-to-face interaction is pertinent to a successful business. An in-person meeting can be a good start, but turning that meeting into a team-building retreat can get your team to view themselves as parts of a whole, where anyone’s success is also everyone’s success.
Many corporate retreat locations such as Bear Creek offer various team-building activities. Bear Creek sits up on 330 acres, so there is plenty of space for even large companies to work on team bonding.
Bring your corporate group to Bear Creek for a day full of outdoor fun! Call 610-682-7100 to book today.
Guided Hike, Geocaching, Archery Target Shooting, Axe Throwing, and Fire Pit
$775 (up to 30 guests)
Guided Hike, Geocaching, Archery Target Shooting, Axe Throwing, and Fire Pit.
1-day meeting that includes meeting room, screen and projector package, continental breakfast, lunch, and all-day beverages.
$500 (up to 30 guests) + $75 per person for your corporate meeting (pricing based upon a one-day meeting)
Hotel rates starting at $139 per night, plus tax (based on double occupancy)
Click to learn more about our Corporate Activities Package or contact our Sales and Catering team to schedule your next program at Bear Creek! Call 610-682-7100 to book today.
Each company retreat should touch on two key points; creating a productive work environment and creating an engaging experience. The two are not mutually exclusive and having one without the other will only deter from the company’s goal while on the retreat. If time and money are invested into the retreat, make sure it holistically benefits the employees. As engagement increases, so does work performance.