Team Building - The Good, The Bad and the Dangerous

29th April 2016

Businesses are always looking for ways to bring the whole workforce together. However, sometimes they can take it too far. We take a look at some of the best and worst team building activities, with some funny ones thrown in too for good measure.

Establishing a personal relationship with employees can go a long way and it doesn’t require significant funds. Research has shown that trust and confidence are part of the 3 key drivers of employee engagement. The use of staff socials and team meetings can help build relations and communications, creating a friendly atmosphere and thus collaborating to meet company objectives

This is just an insight to the possibilities of team building and the things you absolutely should not do or enforce on your employees. Just remember the words of Lao Tzu when carrying out these activities; “A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves”.