“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”
Business retreats always look great on paper, don’t they?
But retreats in practice often boil down to “pushing through the agenda,” and something gets lost in the shuffle. Attendees don’t feel like they’re a part of the process, and as a result don’t contribute much. People space out, bide their time, and leave with more work—and less excitement—than when they arrived.
Talk about a missed opportunity!
The good news is, your next business retreat doesn’t have to be like that. Follow these tips to transform it into a meaningful and productive experience for all involved.