Teamphoria is proud to welcome our new partner Patrick Bryant. Patrick is the co-founder of Bidr, Go To Team, Assignment Desk, Cigar Row, and other startups here in the Charleston area. Patrick also operates the Harbor Entrepreneur Center, a nonprofit that provides work spaces in Charleston. With his history and expertise in startups, we Read More

The new year is almost here and your resolution should be to create and grow a company culture of feedback in 2018. Companies are using feedback to grow their teams and organizations, and even for individual growth. So what initiatives are companies taking in 2018?   Employee Recognition: Give positive feedback through employee recognition. Make Read More

Overwhelmed by your new management role? Teamphoria is here to help! Whether you’re moving to a new management role within the same company or a different company, Teamphoria has all the tools that new managers need. Check out our 5 tips for new managers below.   Get to know your employees Spend time with your Read More

The new graduating class is about to join the workforce. Brace yourselves, folks. You are about to see some crazy dates come across the resumes on your desk. Born sometime around 1993, these young adults have only seen one President Bush in the Oval Office and have grown up on laptops and cell phones. Put Read More

So if you told me last week that I’d be writing about how the random reptile in our pond improved the company culture of our organization, I would have responded with, “Are you on crack?” because really… really… what are the chances of an alligator in our pond? And why on earth would it have Read More

  On November 1st we will be sitting down at College of Charleston Sottile Theatre to hear the story of one incredible entrepreneur’s journey, Greg Surratt. Greg is the founding pastor of Seacoast Church, one of the early adopters of the multi-site model. With 14 locations across South and North Carolina, and 17,000 in weekly Read More

A Team Member By Any Other Title…would still be just as sweet! Team Members have been able to choose their own titles since the dawn of the Information Age — or really, since Guy Kawasaki called himself Apple’s Chief Evangelist in the 80s. While shoulder pads and fanny packs have faded away, the choose-your-own-title has Read More

Research shows that exposure to the poor behavior of even a single employee can reduce a team’s productivity by 30% to 40%. Through a mix of training, providing goals, and offering feedback, you can turn that bad apple into a highly productive teammate.   Providing Goals: Most of the time the reason employees are disengaged Read More

  The 2018 Business of Airports Conference was held in Portland Oregon this year. Teamphoria co-founder, Andrew Strickland, spoke with Paul Letson, a Senior Consultant at Gallup, about employee engagement and culture. Paul from Gallup started the presentation with the basics of engagement and the impact it has on the bottom line, as well as Read More

In early 2013, I wrote about ways digital employee recognition programs can shape company culture. A year and a half later, I believe all of those things more than ever. A great company culture takes a lot of work, and digital employee recognition can make a huge impact. One of my favorite HR Tech bloggers, Read More