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8 Virtual Events That Don’t Suck

If you’re like most of us, when this pandemic hit, you went through various stages of emotional changes. In the forefront, there were some very serious existential dilemmas, and in the background– your rediscovering of water painting, 18th century French literature, and figuring out how to do yoga in your 400 square foot apartment. At some point, when all our survivalist & sanitizer concerns had cleared, we felt a deep profound sadness, like when we first saw The Phantom Menace, but worse. We are learning that we need human contact, and communication. The first week maybe you did some meetups,…

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Tips for a Successful Zoom Happy Hour

Ok gang, so it looks like this “stuck at home thing” isn’t going away any time soon. The fatigue is real. You’ve worn out your Netflix binges. Maybe you started with noble intentions on Ozark, and moved through Office reruns, and now you’re slumming it with old A-TEAM seasons. The sourdough baking has gotten stale (no pun intended….OK pun definitely intended). Let’s face it. You miss people. You miss connection…and you miss FUN! DO NOT FRET! ALL IS NOT LOST! Fun is still possible! We at Feet First believe that FUN is nutrition for the soul just as necessary as…

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Cultivating Collaborative Quarantine Culture

Nobody knows how long this quarantine will last. However, it is safe to say that when it does end, everything will not go back to life as usual in good ol’ 2019. We have all put in the effort to make it easy and effective to work remotely and it is working. Why would we throw that all away and go back to five days a week in the office? I know that right now many of us would love to escape the loving confines of our socially-distanced lockdown, but it no longer has to be at our desk. What…

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Virtual Team Building Games Engage Remote Employees in a Shifting Environment

Feet First Eventertainment Introduces “Cyber Sleuths” to Address Growing Social Distancing Mandates Culver City, CA – March 20, 2020 – As businesses everywhere adapt to a rapidly-changing landscape, many are scrambling to find the best ways to connect their growing remote workforce. Feet First Eventertainment, Inc., a nationwide leader in corporate team building, announced an innovative new virtual event designed to benefit people suddenly forced to work-from-home during the COVID-19 pandemic. The event is titled “Cyber Sleuths: A Virtual Code Breaking Adventure.” It creates a fun and engaging way for players to interact with their colleagues and friends. Because many…

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Creative Philadelphia Team Building Ideas

Philly is one of the most historic cities in the U.S. It’s full of culture, interesting architecture and plenty of great food. All of this means it’s an excellent setting for team building for both locals and out-of-towners.   General Tips for Organizing a Team Building Event If you want to create your own activities and plan the day yourself, we’d recommend following a few tips. Or, you can always hire a professional team building facilitator if you’d prefer not to burden anyone with the with the not-insignificant task of overseeing an event. Keep an eye on the weather to ensure…

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Hollywood SockBusters Team Building

Socks are currently the most needed and least donated item at homeless shelters throughout the country. Given the huge need for socks – and our clients’ huge desire to give back, we have developed SOCKBUSTERS, a team building event that brings out the creativity in your group while culminating in the donation of hundreds (or thousands) of pairs of warm, new socks for people in need after every event. At the start of the event each team is given a range of colored socks and various items with which to craft their best sock puppet Hollywood stars.  In addition to the materials needed to create the…

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Creative Team Building Ideas in DC

Team building activities are a great way to get over a creative rut, work out relationship problems and celebrate your successes. The nation’s capital is full of cultural activities that will help your crew learn how to work together. These five creative team building ideas in Washington, D.C., will help bond your team — and help them get to know each other better. Before scheduling your big day out, you’ll want to do a little planning. Or, hire someone to help with the itinerary (hint: we can help :). If you go it alone, here are a few tips to ensure…

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5 Creative Team Building Ideas in San Diego

  Often referred to as the birthplace of California, San Diego is known for its surf, sun and fun. With so many historic buildings and quirky neighborhoods, planning rejuvenating and exciting team building ideas in San Diego is a snap. We love the below ideas for a day of bonding with the added benefit of Vitamin D. Tips for Creating Team Building Activities Empower your team by asking them for suggestions and feedback on activities and locations Set clear expectations with your group so they know how to apply their skills to work challenges Connect the activity with building trust…

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San Diego Beach Team Building Ideas

With over 70 miles of coastline, San Diego is one of the most beautiful and accessible cities in the Golden State. Sparkling views of the Pacific Ocean, gorgeous sunsets and consistently awesome weather make it an ideal  . We’ve got some great tips to get you started on your next transformative event. Field Day Games Take advantage of the soft, white sand and get your team’s competitive juices flowing. For a bonding day of team building at the beach in San Diego, take your group on a Field Day. Try to include creative relay races and games that require GROUP…

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Creative Team Building Ideas in San Francisco

San Francisco is the perfect place for a team building activity. There’s tons of culture here, beautiful sights and iconic structures. Got a little creative block when it comes to creating an activity? Sounds like you could really use a day out of the office. These five creative team building ideas in San Francisco will help get your planning creative juices flowing. #1: Engineering Challenges As a tech Mecca, San Francisco teams are full of individuals who know a thing about how to build something.  You’d be surprised at how excited (and competitive!) a System Architect can get about a…

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