Quick Team-Building Activities for Busy Managers

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   Quick Team-Building Activities for Busy Managers

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13th September, 2007

50 New Exercises That Get Results in Just 15 Minutes
All-new, fast, simple exercises managers can use to build great teams!

Introduction

Most managers want to help their staffs become a strong team. Day-to-day effort is required. Sometimes, though, a quick teambuilding activity can really help the staff learn an important point, or boost morale when nothing else seems to be working. In this session, you’ll learn how to plan, conduct and then debrief teambuilding activities successfully.

Teambuilding activities can be fun for teams to learn to work together more effectively. Of course, if all you want is for your team to have some fun and kill some time, play a parlor game and enjoy. But if you want to improve your team’s productivity, you need to select an activity that will give your team results. You need to conduct that activity in a way that promotes awareness and growth. And you need to debrief the activity so the team members learn from their own experience—in a much stronger way than if you just told them what to do or how to do it. That way they learn deeper and are much more inclined to apply their learning back on the job. This is the power of teambuilding activities.
 

In this session Brian will brief you, how to select an activity that will give your team results and conduct that activity in a way that promotes awareness and growth. How you need to debrief the activity so that the team members learn from their own experience—in a much stronger way.

You Will Learn

Building new teams and helping teams with new members • finding creative ways to work together and solve problems • increasing and improving communication • keeping competition healthy and productive within the team • dealing with change and its effects: anger, fear, frustration • and more.

Objectives

Participants learn the seven-step process for planning, conducting and debriefing effective teambuilding activities for their staff. Participants will practice the steps so they leave with competence as well as confidence in using teambuilding activities with their staff immediately.

Excellent people – a winning team – and the results you want!

 

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