I don’t mean to be a Negative Nancy, but I’m going to go there, let’s talk about the dark stuff. There’s no reason to sugar coat it; work is inherently stressful. There are deadlines, budgets, people, decisions – no matter how much you love your job, from time to time, there’s going to be something 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

I’ve never been one to follow the ways of the White House Budget very closely. Heck, I can barely manage my bank account, much less understand how on earth you begin to breakdown a $4 trillion budget request. However a recent article in the Washington Post, “Six ways the White House budget would affect federal Read More

William Paterson University has a great faculty and staff that builds up and encourages students attending, but that faculty and staff also needs encouragement from their leaders. That’s why they implemented Teamphoria. Since introducing Teamphoria to the faculty and staff, team members feel more valued and morale has been boosted. Team members are being recognized Read More

Remember when you used your Razr phone way longer than you should have, and then you finally got a smartphone and it blew your mind? Or when you kept buying MP3s until you realized Spotify was way cheaper and better? If you’re walking past an old-school metal suggestion box that’s begging for attention, you’re on 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

  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

  Guest post from Lisa Perez:   Presenting recognition awards to your employee’s gives you the opportunity to celebrate more than just an accomplishment. You can use the occasion to reinforce those behaviors that make them a valued member of your team. Preparing an effective award presentation can be as easy as asking yourself a few simple Read More

  Teamphoria’s UK partner CulturVate landed our newest customer, the UK National Health Service (NHS) one of the largest employers in the UK. NHS selected Teamphoria and CulturVate to help boost internal communications. They will introduce the Teamphoria platform to their workforce as a mechanism to build, measure and grow the internal corporate culture. The Read More

Participation is important for a company’s culture. It’s a great measure for employee engagement – engaged employees are more likely to participate than their disengaged counterparts. In spirit of Halloween, here are the ghosts and ghouls that haunted Teamphoria HQ (and participated in our costume contest.) Participation is tough – it’s putting yourself out there. Read More