FRIDAY FUNNY: Everyone Likes a Good Carving | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

As a morale and teamwork building exercise, Halloween at the office efforts can be a great management tool.


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As a morale and teamwork building exercise, Halloween at the office efforts can be a great management tool.
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FRIDAY FUNNY: Everyone Likes a Good Carving

FRIDAY FUNNY: Everyone Likes a Good Carving | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Some folks really enjoy decorating for the holidays, even to the point where they turn their office or cubicle into a festive space at every opportunity. In honor of Halloween, Kleargear offers “gruesome desk toys and décor” along with “fun decorating ideas, decorations, and candy.” And The Office Master offers tips on how to convert old Mac computers into “Mac-O-Lanterns” with this link.

As a morale and teamwork building exercise, Halloween at the office efforts can be a great management tool. While a pumpkin carving contest probably isn’t a traditional team building technique in the workplace, check out these incredibly creative examples.








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