Benefits Of Team Building:
Managing a team of varied personalities in an office environment is sometimes like herding cats. As a business owner or manager, getting everyone to follow one game plan or even play in the same ballpark is a challenge. Team building exercises are touted to help in a variety of ways:
Improves morale and leadership skills
Breaks down barriers and boundaries both culturally and hierarchical
Clearly defines objectives and goals
Reveals strengths and weaknesses
Improves problem solving capabilities
Clarifies processes and procedures
Develops team roles
Best Investment You Will Ever Make
Isn’t it true, you mention the word “team building” and your entire team goes running for the hills. Eyes roll and the sounds of moaning cats start to echo through the hallways. But instead of having everyone in one room watching a presentation or playing a board game, why not have them work together on accomplishing a task. And why not have that task be “smashing something into smithereens?” Brian Scudamore wrote an article for FORBES on “Why team building is the most important investment you’ll ever make”. (Source: http://www.innovativeteambuilding.co.uk/benefits-of-teambuilding) Take a moment and read through it because the bottom line is this, a team that is streamlined and works well together creates less stress for you!
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Team Building rates start at $60 per person with our cash discount! All members of the team participating must sign the liability waiver.
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All breakables included
All safety wear provided
Speakers in every room to play your favorite music
Chalkboard in each room
Team building/party room available for meetings, food and drink
Build a Stronger Team
Team Building is an important, integral skill for any manager or leader in today’s professional space. Having a work environment that is team oriented will result in more productive employees, better project results, and happier team mates. Teams aren’t formed by dictatorial leaders, they are formed as the product of coaching. Coaches are leaders who involve their team, both in problem solving and workflow optimization. As it turns out, employees respond to questions and involvement much better than they respond to commands. A manager acting as a coach will:
Ask their team questions, rather than issue demands.
Involve their employees in trouble shooting, problem solving, and workplace solutions.
Take interest in their employees and show that they care.
Take the time to pay attention to each individual member of the team.