Research shows that organizations with clearly defined teams are more successful than organizations built around super stars. How well do your teams work? Or are you starting from scratch and need to build a new team?
Check out the workshops below to find the one that meets your organization’s needs.
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Build Effective Teams: Using Personality Type
Myers-Briggs Team Building is designed to develop the interpersonal skills needed to interact successfully with staff, peers and senior management.
Creating High Performance Teams
Teams go through a set of behaviours from the time they are formed to when they end. Each team has a life cycle, and as a member of the team, you can do a lot to move it forward.
Resolving Conflicts in Teams
As a team member it is important to deal with conflict and anger issues to achieve the organization’s goals.
Teams can make an organization highly efficient, or they can delay outcomes, productivity and results. The key to team development is the behaviours of its members.
Team Building: Over The Bridge
Over the Bridge is one of the best tools available to create situations and opportunities that translate readily and directly into an organizational environment. Although some team-building concepts may be difficult to grasp in a lecture-type environment, this tool brings them to life in a very tangible way.
Team Development With an Equine Partner
This session is conducted using horses as the transfer of learning. During the day, the teams will ride their equine partners through a series of team challenges. At the end of the session, the team works together in a team challenge and then creates a unique riding circuit for a group photo.
Team Building With Appreciation
What does team building really mean? What does it look like in the workplace? Learn more about your personality characteristics and how they impact your colleagues.
This workshop helps teams understand how they score in the key components of the Five Behaviors model: Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results. Individual team members will also understand how their personality styles and the styles of their team members contribute to the team’s overall success.