Ten Benefits of Effective Team Building

A good article summing up some of the main benefits of fun team building experiences.

15 Comments

  1. mithuhassan · March 10, 2012 Reply

    Thanks a for sharing!!

  2. Marianne · March 11, 2012 Reply

    Love team building activities, well worth the effort. Thanks for posting this!

  3. TaxCoach · March 11, 2012 Reply

    Love the photo. They have fun 🙂

  4. Richard Jones (@theonedaymba) · March 12, 2012 Reply

    Someone at a course the other day thanked me for having none of those bonding exercises in there! Clearly he’d had a few bad experiences. The thing about your courses is you don’t create artificial situations. Pro soccer teams have used you (talk about prima donnas) through to senior business men and your approach works. If it didn’t they’d tell you.

    Keep up the good work!

    • James Coakes · March 13, 2012 Reply

      Thanks Richard. Our industry has a long way to go in terms of reputation management. The Vodaphone adverts mentioned by Nick are not fair and not representative, but they do illustrate a problem that needs to be overcome.

  5. Nick G · March 12, 2012 Reply

    There’s clearly a lot more to teambuilding than the cliches as depicted in those Vodaphone (?) ads on the underground. Thanks for this useful outline.

    • James Coakes · March 13, 2012 Reply

      Thanks Nick. The industry isn’t very happy about the Vodaphone portrayal. I don’t know whether it will be a good or a bad thing for team building.

  6. ransae · March 13, 2012 Reply

    Reblogged this on Ransae's Blog.

  7. Liz · March 14, 2012 Reply

    These sound like great projects to work on! ; )

  8. jackiebarrie · March 14, 2012 Reply

    It’s true that team-building activities I’ve been a part of have stuck in my mind long after any of the ‘chalk-and-talk’ workshops I’ve attended. But it’s not just about being memorable and having fun. I think the key challenge must be to convince clients they’ll get a measurable return on their investment.

  9. John L. Sullivan · March 15, 2012 Reply

    I’m not a simulation fan . ran teambuilding Training in US Navy for 3 Years . They Remember the simulation , have fun , but later forget the lesson involved .

  10. Andy Fairgrieve · March 16, 2012 Reply

    I get involved in teambuilding from time to time as a climbing instructor – what I see is a change in the leadership pattern during a session and often the real lesson, especially to CEOs, is to let the right person lead if it’s their area of strength.

  11. The Divine Miss White · March 20, 2012 Reply

    Great stuff. I love team building exercises, as I can really feel my defenses coming down.

  12. bewitched in salem · March 29, 2012 Reply

    Exercises like these should be utilized no matter how big or small ones company is.

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