First 100 Words
The mention of teambuilding often elicits cynical groans and visions of silly, feel-good workshops, but teamwork doesn’t have to be a dirty word. Look around you and you’ll see that extraordinary achievement almost always involves a cooperative, cohesive group working closely together toward a mutual goal.
What’s missing from today’s often superficial treatment of team building is any positive long-term effect. Team building isn’t a weekend getaway. It’s an ongoing process in which every member of an organization plays a role. It may not be immediately apparent, but your own behavior has a significant impact on the level of teamwork in your organization . . .
When To Use
Here’s the way to give employees the message about how and why they should be team players: Getting and keeping the right attitude about team building, how to be a team player.
How to Use
Client sessions, workshops, team building.