Every quarter, the a/c corporation takes all the a/c experts for a team-building retreat. Over the years, the two of us have seen these activities build up morale plus relationships among the cooling system reps in the contractor. As the human resource employer, I strive to make the activities as interactive, fun, plus energetic as possible. More than just reading about a/c, the two of us have fun sessions plus a question plus answer space of the program. This past quarter, the activities included rafting, archery, ziplining, plus rope tagging. I divided the group into teams of unusual departments. For instance, the two of us had a team that included cooling specialists, cooling products merchants, plus cooling technology neighbors. The purpose was to create interdepartmental interaction plus motivate relationship building. The people I was with and I got to the offices early so the two of us could leave the office plus head to the site. On the bus, the two of us held trivia about unusual cooling equipment plus their pros plus cons. The winning team or person won some currency. I have come to learn that currency is an excellent motivator. It was about a several-hour drive, so the two of us had enough time to kill, and questions on the trivia touched on almost every topic, including a/c replacement plus the importance plus process of executing cooling system tune-up. The activities were fun. Maybe it’s because I appreciate the outdoors. It was a hot day. Fortunately, the hotel at the arena had a well-functioning heat pump to supply quality indoor comfort. The air quality was also top-notch to show the a/c filters, which were frequently replaced. Kudos to the hotel for having an efficient The people I was with and I had a grand time at the team building plus covered most topics, including a/c repairs.