Top 5 Reasons To Host Your Work Meetings Offsite

Creativity, motivation and productivity are the most important elements to have in a work place environment. Companies want to be able to feed off of colleagues, grow, and inspire. One great way to motivate your team is to effectively manage offsite meetings.


Here are the top 5 reasons to host your work meetings offsite.

  1. Make A Memory. Picking a place that offers a range of different surroundings is key. By changing the scenery and mixing up the daily grind you create a lasting impression for your employees, increasing the likelihood they will retain the information. It also gives more weight to the topics discussed which makes off-site meetings great for yearly round-ups and important topics.

  2. Focus. How many distractions do we have every day? Sometimes, late hours or working through lunches is the only way to get things done and stay focused. With a getaway such as an offsite retreat, distractions are minimized and focus is enhanced


3. In-person interaction. With endless emails, texts and conference calls, we tend to lose that personal touch that makes human interaction a valuable advantage for a successful organization to move forward. Seeing the team face-to-face allows us to create bonds in a more hands-on way.

4. Breaking routine. Typically, it's common to complete tasks in a daily routine. Altering the daily grind with different surroundings, good food and breathing fresh air rejuvenates the minds of your team members.

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5. Establishes and Reinforces Relationships: Depending on the size of your company, your offsite work meetings might bring together people who work in different areas of the country or in faraway locations around the globe. Even if your executives interact with each other on the phone or in video conferences, they still have a lot to learn about each other.


The Old School is now offering morning and afternoon rates for all your offsite needs. Contact our event specialist Natalie Ray, to set up your experience.

Natalie Ray - or call - 270-994-3918

Barry ONeill