Why team building is essential for your business, community group and the “I”.
There’s no “I” in Team, right?
This is my spin on the concept of “I” in team, now I’m not talking along the lines of “I-phone, I-message, or I am what ever you want to add on after the main defining letter, I am breaking it down to the “I” as a contributing individual…
I is in team, I am part of the greater goal, I am apart of a community, there’s unity in my community because it’s made up of many “I’s”… I am communication, I am thought, I matter just as much as “I” being you, many “I’s” make a collective, many ‘I’s” make up “We”…We make up the definition of “Team”.
Strengths and weaknesses we all have them, and If you look around your friend or work circle I’m sure you will find that what makes it beautifully unique is the fact that skill sets are spread across the entire group, meaning what “I” have strength in or may lack is something that another individual or “I” may lack in, or be one of their strengths in turn making “I” stronger…Team Building.
Bonding is a very uplifting and fulfilling experience.I find I bond with people best over a connection, digging a little deeper for someone, or when someone goes out of there way to help me, having a good laugh whilst sharing a common goal, it’s always the simplest little gestures that go a long way, this lays the foundation, which in turn creates building blocks of trust…These examples can be found in sport, music, and especially the workplace.
Some of these benefits include:
- Improves morale and leadership skills
- Finds the barriers that thwart creativity
- Clearly defines objectives and goals
- Improves processes and procedures
- Improves organisational productivity
- Identifies a team’s strengths and weaknesses
- Improves the ability to problem solve
Here are more links about team building and some that I read to bring you my concepts around team building.
Did you know that The Rhythm Hut runs drumming workshops for team building activities
Call Lou on 0420 682 258 for further info.