We cannot overemphasis the importance of having a unified team working for your organization. The benefits go beyond recording high-profit margins and sales. Team building and team participation contribute greatly to employee satisfaction and consequently, customer satisfaction.
Have you ever been in a team building session or in a meeting and the term icebreakers is mentioned? I bet the reactions expressed in the room were diverse. Some people probably smiled at the thought because they enjoy icebreakers. Others could have cringed because they have a fear of being embarrassed.
Let’s face it, application letters will have you looking at a large pool of self-confessed team players, feeling they are fit for the job. In fact, some resumes will go a step further to let you know as the hiring team, that the candidate is willing to go beyond the specified requirements for the position.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could help your team on their journey to become a better team? Team building interventions require one to select the right tool for the job.
Arguably the greatest resource possessed by an establishment, be it a company, an institution, a corporation or government agency; is its human resources. This is the driving force behind most of the work done, and tangible productivity of any kind has to pass through them.