The Right Foot

Getting the staff to bond sometimes happens when you plan it out, and other times a staff bonds when you would least expect it. If I can offer one more piece of advice, it would be to let the staff work together on projects but also have time to get to know each other on a less-formal basis. Less force often allows for better bonding with each member of the team.

After working together each day though, a definite team unity will form between the members — it often just takes time. But the bond will last forever.

Christie Enders worked at Camp Al-Gon-Quian this past summer in Burt Lake, Mich., and at Camp Pendalouan in the summer of 2000. She studies community relations at Michigan State University.

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