FUNtimes 5: Five experiences worth tapping into for June
Boredroom meetings..... INSPIRE your team in 2019
Welcome to FUNtimes 5, our monthly roundup of FUNLOCKA experiences that are perfectly suited for your clients, your team and more importantly you!
Ever wondered what is hiding inside the FUNLOCKA App? Our paying members have access to some of the most amazing, unforgettable, unique, WOW, grammable (need I go on?!) experiences we can get our thirsty hands on. Here’s a sneak peek of our top 5 experiences for June.
HO HO HOld the alcohol! How to move on from the Christmas hangover to the epic Christmas experience!
Why do we stay within the confines of the 4 walls of the office to do our team meetings? Yes it’s work, but let’s get a little more creative around the environment in which we hold our meetings!
3 things to help you with workplace culture
At FUNLOCKA we are seeing a massive trend across companies who are breaking away from the standard end of year, let your hair down and don’t worry about the bar tab XMAS party, to a focused approach on creating something that is a little more personalised, memorable and inclusive.
THE ART OF APPRECIATION: How to hold onto your employees.
What are the questions you should be asking yourself around improving your workplace culture?
1) Is it personal
2) Is it meaningful
3) Is it FUN.
By running these 3 things as your checklist when it comes to workplace culture, you will go a long way in improving your employee engagement metrics.
70% of people don’t feel like they get the most out of life.
You can never underestimate the art of appreciating someone- especially when they are giving their best for your business.
A Glassdoor poll showed that 80% of people would stay longer in a role if they were appreciated.
FAN (employee & customer) engagement - 3 things to do for greater impact
We live in a hectic and- at times- scary world. We are crippled by debt, have rising costs and in some cases, we are unsure of what lies ahead in our career. It is no wonder when I posed the question to the FUNLOCKA audience that we received the response that 70% of people don’t feel like they are getting the most out of life.
We are entering a very interesting time in media & business when it comes to FAN (employee & customer) engagement. As businesses we think that FANS (and especially those under 30) are harder to reach, harder to please and are less loyal. Is this the fan’s fault or are we just not executing solutions in the best way?