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teambuilding

Help your teams achieve better results together.

"None of us is as smart as all of us."

- Ken Blanchard

 

Teambuilding Simulations provide a unique opportunity to quickly and objectively measure how effectively your groups are working together. These simulations offer valuable insights into team dynamics and serve as a platform for continuous development. By participating, teams can identify strengths and areas for improvement, foster stronger connections and achieve better results together.

 

There are many benefits of participating in Teambuilding Simulations, including:

 1. Increased Productivity: Helps teams work more efficiently by understanding each other's strengths and weaknesses.

2. Problem-Solving Skills: Encourages creative thinking and effective problem-solving techniques.

3. Conflict Resolution: Provides strategies to manage and resolve conflicts constructively.

4. Leadership Development: Identifies and develops leadership potential within the team.

5. Organizational Culture: Strengthens and reinforces a positive organizational culture.

6. Goal Alignment: Ensures that team members are aligned with the team's goals and objectives.

7. Decision-Making: Improves collective decision-making processes and outcomes.

8. Trust Building: Builds a foundation of trust, essential for high-performing teams.

9. Motivation Boost: Enhances motivation and morale through engaging and rewarding activities.

10. Improved Synergy: Enhances the collective efficiency and harmony of the team, allowing members to seamlessly integrate their efforts and achieve better outcomes together.

 

When to use Teambuilding Simulations in your organization

Teambuilding Simulations offer a dynamic and impactful way to enhance your team's performance and cohesion. Whether used as a standalone activity, a kickoff for team offsite events, a strategic planning catalyst, or an integral part of a larger organizational culture initiative, these simulations provide a unique opportunity to measure and develop your team's collaborative skills. By participating, your team will build stronger connections, improve communication, and achieve more effective collaboration, setting the stage for sustained success.

1. As a Standalone Teambuilding Activity

Teams can participate in simulations to strengthen bonds, improve communication, and build trust in a focused, engaging session designed to enhance overall work.

2. When Embarking on a Large Corporate Initiative, Such as an Organizational Change

Utilize simulations to prepare your team for significant transitions, helping them adapt to new structures, processes, and goals while maintaining high levels of performance and morale.

3. As Part of a Team Offsite

Use simulations during an offsite meeting to energize the team, break the ice, and set a collaborative tone for the rest of the event, ensuring everyone is engaged and ready to contribute.

4. As a Kickoff to Improve Strategic Planning

Implement simulations at the beginning of a strategic planning session to align team members, enhance their problem-solving skills, and ensure that all voices are heard, fostering a more cohesive and effective planning process.

5. As Part of a Larger Organizational Culture Initiative:

Integrate simulations into broader efforts to cultivate a positive organizational culture, using them to reinforce core values, improve collaboration across departments, and drive continuous improvement throughout the organization.

Engaging. In-depth. Focused on results.​

We offer three types of Teambuilding Simulations:

1. Survival Simulations:  Designed to teach teams how to improve problem solving through learning the interpersonal (people) and rational (task) skills and behaviors that lead to successful teamwork.

Each survival simulation presents an unfamiliar scenario, such as being stranded in the desert, and prompts the team to prioritize various objects they might need for survival.

These simulations require teams to set objectives, analyze alternative strategies, and evaluate them to select the most effective solution.

By having team members first complete the exercise individually and then collaboratively as a team, differences between individual and team solutions can be identified. This process serves as a genuine measure of the group's ability to perform cohesively, and provides a path for improved communication and cohesion.

Survival Simulations include:

  • Desert Survival

  • Bushfire Survival

  • Subarctic Survival

  • Tsunami Survival

... and more.

2. Challenge Simulations:  Dynamic team exercises that focus on improving knowledge and skills in complex areas such as critical thinking, ethical decision making, and strategic planning. Although the topics addressed by the simulations are appropriate for a wide variety of audiences, they are particularly relevant to those who are in — or who aspire to move into — higher-level positions.

They equip participants with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively collaborate in teams. Given that teams, rather than individuals, handle most of the demanding and complex problems faced by organizations, the scenarios presented in these simulations are highly relevant and realistic.

Challenge Simulations include:

  • Organizational Change Challenge

  • Critical Thinking Challenge

  • Strategic Planning Challenge

  • Performance Management Challenge

... and more.

3. Business Simulations:  immersive learning experiences designed to replicate real-world business scenarios. They provide participants with an opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge in a practical setting, making decisions and facing consequences in a risk-free environment.

Our Business Simulations offer the practical knowledge your teams need to address common, yet challenging, business problems and situations with expertise and confidence. Simultaneously, they enhance the skills and behaviors necessary for effective and efficient problem-solving and decision-making.

Business Simulations include:

  • Project Planning

  • Meeting Effectiveness

  • Customer Complaint

  • Cultural Change

... and more.

Assessment-based. Expect results.

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