We’ll help your team re-connect as humans. We’ll help you remember the ways in which being on a team is a special experience that brings meaning and joy to work.
You're spending a huge number of hours together. You have big dreams for the product, the company, and the project … but there's something missing. A lack of team cohesion and trust is causing daily friction, miscommunication and speed bumps.
Teams that play together, stay together and yet many teams end up playing in ways that have no connection to their working experience. Rather than a team outing to fire paintballs at each other or play drinking games, we recommend our Building Trust & Relationships session. This session is carefully designed to bring your team closer together by revelling in the shared joy of their common purpose, values and humanity.
Building Trust & Relationships Workshop
Through a series of creative games, engaging activities and structured conversations, you will…
Create time and space for the team to come together without the pressure of an ‘enforced fun activity’.
Spend time getting to know your teammates as people.
Experience what it’s like to open up and be more vulnerable in a safe environment.
Discuss some of your team experiences and feelings that result from working together.
Heighten visibility of (and empathy for) each other's challenges.
Discuss your organization's cultural values and explore ways to live those values in challenging times.
Develop greater shared strength and resiliency.
As a result, your team will feel more strongly connected to each other and more mutually supported.
In addition to offering dedicated workshops for teams, we hold regular sessions that are open to individuals. If you'd be interested in one of those sessions, let us know...
Taking this workshop helped to create a cohesive environment amongst our recruiting team. By creating a safe space, Rachel encouraged everyone to step outside of their comfort zone to exhibit leadership and quick thinking. It was a wonderful team building experience that could be beneficial for all types of teams.
Lauren B. - Recruiting - MeUndies
“A team is not a group of people who work together. A team is a group of people who trust each other.”