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Team Building

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Team Resonance is Critical to Your Organization’s Success

Teams consist of individuals with different personalities, attitudes and mindsets often resulting in disputes, differences of opinion and/or lack of cooperation. Cohesive teams become the building blocks for the success of your business. They are also fundamental to your organization’s performance and the cultivation of its culture.

In this, teambuilding should be a strategic priority.

Shifting from “I” to “We”

How do you build high-performing teams? You start with the individuals, exploring mindsets and assumptions about how they contribute (or not) to the larger vision. This begins with a commitment to personal development and the courage to challenge the status quo.

Helping people to reflect on and recognize their contributions to the function and dysfunction of your team is where you begin to build trust, accountability and team resonance. Why? Because we are people first and business people second. It is through the lens of our personal history that we see all issues – personal and professional. Yet we rarely have the opportunity to explore the ways our personal beliefs and aspirations shape our view of work-related problems, challenges and opportunities. This is one of the primary causes of why organizations become rigid and people find little meaning in their work.

Without personal development, we lose our ability to appreciate why we see things as we do – and perhaps even more important – to discover our intrinsic commitments. It is only by Recognizing, Respecting and Realizing our personal strengths and weaknesses where connections between personal dilemmas and core business issues reveal themselves. These very connections often hold the key to allowing something new to be created, and the first step in the journey in shifting from “I” to “We”.

Effective team building means that you have more knowledgeable, engaged employees supporting a stronger, more cohesive culture, leading to an improved bottom line. In this, team building may very well be one of the most significant investments you can make.

Here are some benefits to consider:

  • Building Trust within Self & Others
  • Improved Communication
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Increased Collaboration
  • Deeper Employee Engagement
  • Higher Levels of Creativity & Achievement
  • Greater Levels of Cooperation
  • Higher Productivity
  • Improved Leadership Skills
  • Increased Commitment
  • Enriched Problem-solving
  • Agile & Effective Decision-making
  • Enhanced Accountability
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"If you’re an accomplished woman who is experiencing a sense of being “stuck,”
stalled out or uncertain of purpose, this is the workshop for you!"

Fiona Haworth
Director, Talent Development.

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and excited to see what my new chapter in life will bring."

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The Menyhert Company

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Culture Ambassador