Team Building Activities

Team Building Activities can be a fantastic way of addressing tough business challenges and boosting team effectiveness and employee engagement.

Team Building Activities are a great tool to bring a new team together. The team building activities are an ideal platform to test teams working skills as part of an assessment as well as an environment to educate management on the best practise for team management practices.

Other benefits that can be derived from a team building session is to improve communication between teams which can be taken back to the workplace and improve communications with customers.

An experimental learning event can prepare a team for a challenging workplace project. It can further boost emotional intelligence and employee engagement, while also address issues relating to poor quality, efficiency and productivity.

Another potential benefit of a team building event can be to re-energise teams during or after a tough period and to remove ‘Silo’ working and develop cross department collaboration. It is a great way to reward teams for a great effort.

Team building events are best when they include a large dose of fun.  There are few more powerful enablers of teamwork than laughter. But the laughter needs to be partnered with a sharp focus on encouraging and enabling team members – individually and collectively to raise their standards. And that is achieved by creating and nurturing a safe learning environment where real business problems can be discussed and solved, where personal weaknesses can be strengthened rather than simply accepted or exploited and where group emotional intelligence can be boosted.

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The Benefits of Team Building Activities

The Benefits of Team Building Activities

It is a well-known fact that we all remember and learn by doing – far more so than by reading or listening. The hands-on approach of our team challenges is designed to make people work together and EXPERIENCE the power of teambuilding in problem solving. Team-building ranges from pure fun to specific in-depth training programs. A company will benefit from using a good quality team-building day in several ways. It is people getting to know each other, it is people spending quality time with each other, people getting a chance to learn about each other. It is people using all their resources wisely… read more about the benefits of team building activities

Team Building Themes

Team Building Themes

Team building companies usually group their team building activities into various themes. These themes can either relate to the desired outcome of the activities, describe the type of activities or relate to popular television or game shows… read more about team building themes

Team Building Companies in South Africa

TBAE Team Building and Events

TBAE is a completely mobile team building facilitation company in South Africa. They offer interactive team building activities that are adventurous, but safe. One of the best features of their activities are that everybody is able to participate, no matter their fitness level or physical abilities. TBAE’s team building facilitators are all highly skilled, experienced facilitators who are committed to exceeding your expectations and making your next team building event the most memorable ever… find out more about TBAE

The Following Activities Are Ideal for Team Building

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Be The Judge

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Activity OverviewA highly competitive game is used to identify various kinds of power.ObjectivesTo develop the ability to identify and use different kinds of power.To strengthen what has been learned so far about power.To get an understanding of how others view power.
 

Give Me Some Power

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Activity OverviewThis leadership competency is explored through brainstorming, working in dyads, and guided visualization.ObjectivesTo define power.To demonstrate the relationship between power and self–concept.To identify positive and negative views we have of ourselves and how this impacts others.To recognize that personal power comes from within.To identify ways we give away power.
 

Do The Right Thing

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Activity OverviewThe step-by-step process that clarifies how ethical decisions are made is demonstrated in this exercise.ObjectivesTo present a way to thoroughly think things out before taking action.To demonstrate how to clarify, explore, and examine all options to arrive at ethical decisions.
 

Values : The Bedrock For Ethics

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Activity OverviewLeaders have responsibilities to themselves and to their organization to exhibit their values at all times. This activity helps participants think through their principles.ObjectivesTo help participants reaffirm their key values.To identify how values become the foundation of our ethical standards, behavior, and decision-making.
 

From Caterpillars to Butterflies

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Activity OverviewPersonal change is crucial as a foundation of leadership development. This exercise takes participants through a series of discrete steps that will occur as part of the change processObjectivesTo provide a framework for thinking about change as a critical element in your corporate and personal lives.To showcase how to use metaphors as part of your thinking process.
 

Trust : The Glue That Holds It Together

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Activity OverviewUtilizing a blindfold, one participant allows another to walk about while using only non-verbal clues. The debriefing takes each of the partners in the exercise through communication, trust, and other challenges that leaders face.ObjectivesTo develop trust among program participants (this will make their experiences mutually rewarding).
 

Take Them On An Adventure

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Activity OverviewA brief hike is used as a metaphor for leaders with flexibility and an adventuresome spirit. Hikers (participants) carry backpacks full of typical items needed for such a walk and relate them to specific leadership competencies.ObjectivesTo identify one’s keenness to be flexible, adventuresome, and interested in trying something new.
 

Manage Vs Leader Team Building Activity

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Activity OverviewA manager brings many positive attributes to the new role of a leader. There are some competencies that the manager must leave behind when assuming the leadership role. This card sort helps the participants think through this important growth process.ObjectivesTo clarify the difference between the role of a manager and a leader.
 

Leadership Evaluation

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Activity OverviewThis activity helps the leader identify his or her goals and the strengths they will build from, as they embark on their leadership growth journey.ObjectivesTo identify six dimensions of leadership.To demonstrate how the skills in each competency vary according to job role or level of leadership.To assess one’s strengths and needs for present or future leadership positions.
 

Say Your Goodbyes

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Activity OverviewAppreciation is a leadership trait that is often underused. The structure of this activity stimulates appropriate and positive comments.ObjectiveTo provide a possibility for event participants to express gratitude for the involvement of the other participants and their facilitators.
 

Let's Talk Soon

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This plan can be implemented if participants want to meet and continue discovering learning opportunities after the formal activity has ended.Activity ObjectivesTo analyse the pros of forming a professional group of peers.To recognise the steps and guidelines used by such groups.To enable the formation of a resource group.
 

Dear Diary

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This engaging activity helps participants see that leadership growth is like taking a journey. The participants move from place to place within the room and narrate through oral, written, or hands-on activities, how their own leadership journey is evolving.Activity ObjectivesTo review what participants have learned in the leadership event.
 
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