Morale Building Team Workshop

Bring Your Team Together with a Fun and Interactive Day Committed to Team Building and Inspiring Creativity

Tried everything to boost morale in your office? Struggling to find ways to bring your team together? Most organizations take steps to avoid low morale and for good reason. Low morale can be destructive and can lead to dissatisfaction, poor productivity, absenteeism and high turnover. What causes low morale will vary among organizations, but the effects will generally be the same. Low morale causes a disconnect between employees, peers, jobs, managers and the organization. That's something that no organization wants.

This skill building day is committed to creative brainstorming, fun activities, and promoting team building. While acknowledging the common consequences of low morale in the workplace, this day contains energized activities designed to counter the effects of low morale in group format. 

Bring this Workshop In-House

Contact Christie Herrington
Manager, Education

Email Christie

Who Should Attend?

Any staff/teams in a human, social or community services organization


One day


  • Acknowledging the impact of low morale in teams
    • Broken trust
    • Competition
    • Break downs in communication
    • Absenteeism
    • Low productivity
  • Improving communication skills and promoting effective communication
  • Recognizing and rewarding personal and team success
  • Aligning in a shared vision by identifying roles, purpose, and individual value in the team vision
  • Creating effective team collaborations
  • Creating group play at work and beyond
  • Embracing positivity and challenging our negative self-talk

About the Trainer

Megan Phillips is a Registered Psychotherapist with over 18 years of experience working in multiple roles within community and social services. As a former Case Worker and Manager with Ontario Works, as well as a Concurrent Disorders Specialist in a community mental health program, Megan utilizes her additional award-winning experience in instructing post-secondary education to bring captivating, illustrative, relevant, and humorous educational seminars to a variety of non-profit agencies and organizations.

As an experienced presenter, Megan has dedicated herself to the educational advancement and enhancement of her fellow colleagues and community professionals in areas such as Motivational Interviewing, Burnout, Resiliency Building, PTSD, Secondary Traumatic Stress, Compassion Fatigue and Working with Clients with Multiple Barriers.