Teams are made up of individuals. Sounds blatantly obvious, doesn’t it? More often that not, team building focuses on organizational mandates and goals only. What motivates the team and what makes up each individual within the team is often overlooked…. Read more »
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So you’ve set a date for your team building activities. You arrive on site, your team members and outside facilitator are all there, and you’re ready to begin. But you have a few people who don’t want to participate…. Read more »
It doesn’t matter if you are a large company or small, this premise holds true: Fun, happiness and laughter help with corporate team building. So lighten up your workplace with these monthly fun themes for work that will cost your organization… Read more »
We all know it and resist it – I’m talking about the “C” word – change. Whether it be our personal or professional life, most of us are not good at handling change. However, the truth of the matter is, change… Read more »
Let’s be real: How many have you been to team building activities and dreaded them? If your answer is yes, you are not alone. In a 2012 Wakefield Research survey of 1,000+ office workers, respondents revealed the following: 49% work… Read more »
Debriefs follow team building activities because that is where the learning and AHA’s kick in. It requires special facilitation skills and probing questions to coach and empower the participants. It is the reason we do the activities! The debrief has 3 important elements:… Read more »
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