News, trends and insights around teambuilding
Rasmus worked for GREWP as a student trainee for one and a half years. During his bachelor’s degree in psychology at Goethe University in Frankfurt, he provided us with his knowledge of organizational psychology….
How can I as a team actually plan a teambuilding ?
Many companies fall into the trap of pinkwashing, but what is it really?
Rainbows everywhere: Pride Month is celebrated every year in June.
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The development of an algorithm for the allocation of team building activities according to demand.
What does our team really need? And what are suitable team building measures to address this?
Question: Why GREWP?
Because GREWP stands for growing as a group (grow/grew as a group)! And I live and spread this philosophy!
Question: Why should companies use GREWP?
GREWP offers according to the motto “stop searching, start finding” …
On the occasion of World Women’s Day, I don’t want to talk about the still frighteningly low numbers of women in management positions or as founders, but I want to speak up for the topic of diversity in teams.
By decentralizing teams, measures must be taken to maintain and strengthen cohesion and cooperation.
Ronny from GetOut Training in an interview about the importance of sports for companies and online team building. GetOut is a provider at GREWP and since Corona also offers online sports courses for teams. Ronny and his team have quickly adapted to the new situation and are still trying to support companies in the best possible way.
“Team building is not only fun, but brings long-term added value to the entire company.
Results and insights from our HR Business Breakfast on the topic “The effects of Corona on team structure and group dynamics
Sara from HRpepper in an interview about current issues for HR departments, challenges for teams through Corona and the back-to-office world. Sara is a Consultant and Community Manager and has a psychological background.
100% home office, part-time work, video conferencing in casual clothes, digital lunch dates. Is this the new normality? Do we even want normality? An assessment of the working world of tomorrow…