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Top Reasons To Team Build

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There is no doubt about it that team building helps bring people together. It’s a great way of encouraging people to collaborate and work together in a way that they might not have done before.

When we’re in our working environments, it can sometimes be difficult to strengthen relationships in the workplace with time constraints and the pressure of work. By arranging a ‘team building’ session, people can get the opportunity to see their colleagues in a different light from their work personas.

Think of team building events as an icebreaker between some members of the team and an opportunity to develop genuine connections. Fun and motivational activities will help with communication, planning, problem-solving and conflict resolution.

Networking and socialising

If the morale is there amongst your team, then you’re already onto a winner. Socialising and making friends in the workplace is one of the best ways to increase productivity in the office. When colleagues lunch together, they’re actually reinforcing their relationships and if they want to socialise during their break, then they’re happy to be in the company of their team. The setting of your choice of venue can make a real difference too and by using a place such as Clevedon Hall, your employees will feel much more comfortable to relax and be themselves.

Boosting team performance

If teams understand each other better, then they’re more likely to work better on projects and have less conflict. After completing team building activities together, employees often have a better understanding of each other’s strengths, weaknesses, and interests. This newfound information is then good for any future projects and can iron out any tension at work, when people are not perhaps doing as much as they should – perhaps their strengths don’t lie in certain tasks.

Each team is different and every individual has something unique to contribute. Once you can identify and encourage everyone to reach their individual potential, your team will be able to reach its collective potential as well.

Friendly competition

Competition has been shown to increase productivity within groups of people. Turn that increased productivity into a fun with a team building activity, that has a prize at the end of it. Learning to work well together can take some time, but it can be done when there is a mutual incentive.

Team spirit and motivation

If you think of it as similar to sporting achievements, when a team wins, they celebrate. Teams will experience a real feeling of camaraderie and this motivates them to want to do their best. By creating a reason to be celebrating success is also helping your employees to bring their very best to their job role too.

Communication and working better together

It’s a no brainer that communication and working better together is the main reason why people choose team building exercises. We all want to feel part of a friendly and inviting work environment, where people are comfortable and happy to talk to and work with anyone. It makes for a much more conducive and healthier workplace.

Many hold these activities with the specific goal of working on communication and trust. While this is a general goal for every office, you may find certain areas of communication that need to be concentrated on.


People can often flourish when around other people and imaginations can really come alive in a large group, with other people to bounce ideas off. For this reason, team building sessions can really encourage creativity amongst a team and contribute to a more successful business as a result.

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