Team Building

Team building is a process that develops cooperation and teamwork within a work unit. To constitute an effective team, its members must share a common goal, have respect for each other, and be motivated to use the strengths of each member to achieve their objectives. Current corporate philosophy stresses that each member of a team plays an integral part in the success of the company.

Teambuilding is an important factor in any environment, its focus is to specialize in bringing out the best in a team to ensure self development, positive communication, leadership skills and the ability to work closely together as a team to problem solve.

HIT Strategy have had a lot of experience in team building and can provide a variety of practices, that range from simple bonding exercises to complex simulations and multi-day team building retreats designed to develop a team (including group assessment and group dynamic games), usually falling somewhere in between.

Team building exercises consist of a variety of tasks designed to develop group members and their ability to work together effectively. There are many types of team building activities that range from kids games to games that involve novel complex tasks and are designed for specific needs. There are also more complex team building exercises that are composed of multiple exercises such as ropes courses, corporate drumming and exercises that last over several days. The purpose of team building exercises is to assist teams in becoming cohesive units of individuals that can effectively work together to complete tasks

What you can expect from team building:

  • Improved communication

  • Making the workplace more enjoyable

  • Motivated team

  • Getting to know each other

  • Getting everyone “onto the same page”, including goal setting

  • Teaching the team self-regulation strategies

  • Helping participants to learn more about themselves (strengths and weaknesses)

  • Identifying and utilizing the strengths of team members

  • Improving team productivity

  • Practicing effective collaboration with team members