The Winter months are almost here, and for anyone looking at holding either a children’s party or and adult celebration or event, there a number of big decisions to make. The biggest one of all is also the riskiest: do you play it safe with an indoor venue, or take a gamble on Melbourne’s notorious weather and roll the dice with an outdoor venue?
The Grand Prix has flown through and the Autumn school holidays are almost here already! If you are looking for great holiday fun for kids of all ages from 6 and up, Race Party is the place to go for full-speed, high-adrenaline fun! Grab your friends and head in for either a Casual Racing booking or a 30 minute Burnout session on one of our two forty metre, 8 lane slot car race tracks.
Planning your first ever business event can be a daunting prospect. Whether it’s a lunch for your best customers, a workshop for potential customers at your accounting firm or just a way to thank customers for their ongoing business and support, hosting an event is a great way to help attract new customers, reinforce partnerships with existing clientele and create a positive vibe around your company.
But if you have never hosted an event before the whole process can be very intimidating. Yes, there are many different aspects that you need to be nailed to pull off a great event, but don’t let that scare you off.
Have a read through our top 8 tips for hosting a successful work event:
In the modern workplace there is a great focus on the positive effects that teamwork and collaboration can bring. Better communication and a greater understanding of an employee’s role in the bigger picture can both increase productivity and create an inclusive and respectful work environment. While these are obvious and positive outcomes, many businesses can forget about the impact that competition between employees can generate.
When conducted in a healthy and professional manner, competition can have some great benefits including increased employee job performance, improved quality of work and job innovation. In order to promote healthy competition between employees, businesses should put a number of rules in place: