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In addition to working with annual meetings, retreats, and product launches, Leapfrog has developed teambuilding for companies that have recently merged, showing former enemies how to play nice. Construction exercises are always successful, he says, and community service projects are increasingly popular.
Here's a list of key questions that Eaton and his team use to help build an effective teambuilding program.