Great teams are built over time through intelligent and effective team development workshops and coaching that focus on collaboration and communication skills.
Teams are living, breathing entities, with their own beliefs, habits, emotions, culture and skills. A quality team building experience will help a team become more aware of what a great team truly looks like, and inspire them to get closer to that ideal. This training and development process can be done through team building workshops, fun team activities, communication skills, and on-going team coaching.
When are team development workshops right for a team?
A great team is motivated to reach their goals by consistently collaborating and communicating with each other and other teams.
Team development helps a new or merged team start off right
When a team is first formed or teams are merged together to create a new team is the perfect time to get together and work out communication strategies, build an atmosphere of trust, and get focused on what the team is committed to. Working out any kinks in relationships or culture right away lays the groundwork for an amazing team as time goes on.
Use team building to help a group adjust to a new team leader
When a new leader takes over a team, there can be a lot of questions about how the team will move forward. Re-establishing the ground rules for the team and clearly identifying roles and expectations can help the new team leader AND the team get off to a great start together. It also helps develop trust in the new leader, and remind the team how well they can work together.
Refocus a redirected team with a regrouping session
Sometimes teams are given a new mission. This can be stressful, exciting, or some of each. A team building workshop that focuses on how to work together to achieve the new focus, while also supporting each other along the way, can take a lot of the stress out of the transition and get everyone looking forward.
Team building can reassure and refocus a reduced team
Sometimes cut backs happen, and this can be a difficult time for a team. Coming together to work out how the team will conquer this new reality can set a more positive tone and get the team focused on what opportunities they do have, and how to make the situation work for them.
Team building workshops can support a struggling or stressed team
If a team has been under pressure for a long time, has had a lot of turn over, or faced a lot of internal strife it’s a good time fro a team development workshop. This gives everyone a chance to get away from the workplace, get everything out in the open, clear the air and get re-focused on what the team needs to do to move forward in a healthy way. In these team building programs, the content is often focused on trust, communication, and revitalizing the team’s mission.
Empower the pursuit of excellence by improving teamwork skills
Sometimes teams are doing great and want to keep improving their game. As any good team leader knows, team development is an ongoing process if you want to achieve ever-greater accomplishments. Fine-tuning the main categories of teamwork and raising the bar through some insightful content and fun activities are great ways to keep a team’s energy and motivation high.
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We have dozens of team building workshops and other team development programs that can help your group on their journey to excellence. To help us save you time by recommending only the most suitable ideas for your group, tell us a bit more about your needs in the form on this page, or by calling us at 404-848-1001. Within 1 business day, we will send you targeted team development ideas we can do with your group in Atlanta or anywhere in Georgia.
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