“Trust is knowing that when a team member pushes you, they’re doing it because they care about the team.” - Patrick Lencioni.
The building blocks for success requires incorporating Teamwork into the organizational culture. Every organization is made up of small groups when put together forms the final structure. Starting from the top leaders, who bind the team together at all times, down to the bottom line who work towards achieving the organizational goals.
This structure is considered as the backbone of any organization. Similar to a spine, this corporate structure must be kept healthy to maintain the company’s overall stability and growth. To prevent this structure from breaking down, it is critical to periodically check on. This is where Outdoor team building activities come in place. Trebound believes in the beauty and strength of diversity, for which the uniqueness of each team member is identified and exhibited to accomplish something extraordinary.
The outdoor activities can be fun as well while helping to focus on group development. Trebound facilitators grant the necessary skills to collaborate with the teammates and improve the overall spirit of the group. When teams win over specific challenges while playing fun games, they become more confident and highly motivated. That too, when the corporates arrange these games to be conducted in any outdoor environment, the employees feel valued and acknowledged.
Trebound promotes the importance of team development so that the organizations achieve the desired goals. It is critical to developing a mindset and behaviour to bring the best out of employees. Say, for example, Race the Picture is an exciting one that brings out the enthusiasm and sportsmanship wherein a team is expected to simultaneously finish a task and paint a canvas.
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The outdoor team building activities like Trust Walk help to instil trust among team members and boost their self-confidence. Such games also promote problem-solving and critical thinking skills and, later, reflect on their performance at work. Most of these fun activities that are played outdoor bring the participants into a fresher environment away from the usual routine. The creativity is triggered and in turn, improve the overall productivity.
Another activity which will surely excite a team is the Kontiki boat building challenge where a group is required to use their creativity to build a ‘Kontiki’ boat with the supplies provided to them. Later, the boats are tested by an old boat race. Along with talent and passion, the success of an organization also depends on the ability of the leader to inspire a team.
‘The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.’- Phil Jackson.