Catalyst Global Network News
Catalyst Global team building products are now available in Greece through an exclusive license with the highly regarded team from VISIBLE – Visionary Business Learning. Read more..
Catalyst Global are proud to bring their world-famous team building products to teams in Vietnam. Read more..
Well-planned team building activities and engagement should be the foundation of corporate retreats, says Stuart Harris. Read more..
Teambuilding.ie, Ireland’s largest team building company, will be bringing leading edge corporate event programs to the UK through their new partnership with Catalyst Global. Read more..
Team Challenge Company has been awarded exclusive rights to sell and distribute Catalyst Global products in Scotland, as well as, rights to the English market. The partnership is also expected to change the way team building events are carried out in Scotland and England. Read more..
We are excited to introduce Premio Teambuilding, a new member of the Catalyst Global team building network that have secured an exclusive licence to market, and deliver Catalyst Global team building products in Costa Rica and Panama. This is an exciting step in furthering the enormous impact that Catalyst Global team building programs are making for teams in Central & South America. Read more..
As a Creative Pioneer, you know the drill. You get a great idea, invest time, money and resources into researching, developing and trialling your new creative product. You launch it to the market. But alas! Barely before you can hoist the main sail, pirates who have been intently spying on your next move have copied it and proclaimed it as their own. Read more..
Catalyst Global announces exclusive partnership with Agence Synergy to sell and deliver Catalyst Team Building products in Tunisia. Read more..
To achieve any goal, a team needs a strategy to achieve that goal, as well as a plan with which to implement its strategy - no matter how formal. However, even the most well plotted plan can hinder a team’s success if it does not allow for flexibility in the face of a changing environment, unexpected situations, and team members’ various needs. Read more..
As the CEO of the world’s largest team building network, I am often asked what makes a great leader. There is a typical list, including a strong focus on results, an ability to develop effective strategies and plans – and to ensure those plans are carried out, decisiveness in the face of tough situations, an ability to be clear and firm in communicating those decisions, accountability for team performance, and the ability to manage setbacks with calm logic. The list goes on. Read more..