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3 Team Building Tips for Big Organisations

Team building is an essential aspect of enhancing productivity within big organisations, and for helping them retain the best people. Here are the top three team building tips for large organizations:

1. Clear Communication and Goal Alignment:

Effective team building starts with clear and open communication between team members. Organizations must ensure that team members understand their roles, responsibilities, and the overall objectives of the team and the company.

When everyone knows what is expected of them and how their efforts contribute to the bigger picture, it fosters a sense of engagement, purpose and unity. Authentic one-on-one working relationships and conversations, and conversations within the team, can help address concerns, provide updates, and allow team members to share their perspectives openly.

Psychological safety is the aim, create an environment where people feel they can be themselves and make their natural contributions without fear.

2. Diverse and Inclusive Teams:

Diversity in teams brings together individuals with different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. Cognitive and behavioural diversity is also important.

This diversity fuels creativity and innovation, leading to more robust problem-solving and decision-making processes. Inclusive team building ensures that every member feels valued and respected, promoting a collaborative environment where everyone's voice is heard.

Big organizations should actively promote all forms of diversity, including cognitive diversity, and foster an inclusive atmosphere that celebrates differences in contribution to teamwork.

3. Engage in Team-building Activities:

Team-building activities play a vital role in accelerating team development, breaking down barriers, building trust, and fostering camaraderie among team members.

These activities can range from simple problem-solving challenges and outdoor adventures at an off-site, to workshops and volunteering opportunities.

Large organizations can organise regular team-building events that encourage employees to collaborate in a non-work setting, helping them connect on a personal level. This, in turn, can improve communication and collaboration back in the office. This is especially important now with hybrid and remote teams.

Successful team building is an ongoing process that requires consistent effort. It's important to regularly assess and understand the team's dynamics (we use Belbin reports to do this), address any conflicts or issues that arise, and adjust strategies as needed.

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