01: Clarify Your Measurable Goals
To ensure the success of your team building experience, it is important that we are clear about measures of success. There are two kind of measures we need to identify: (1) organizational goals and (2) behavior change. In order to get your desired goal, members of the team must practice new behavior.
The team building experiences will a journey that transforms members of the team. At the end of the exercises, we expect them to feel the sense of urgency to embrace new mindsets and apply new behaviors.
So we can help you clarify measurable goals, we use interviews and surveys. Your Vision, Mission, Values, and Strategic Objectives will guide our design process.
We’ll help you frame your challenge.
02: Identify Vital Behaviors
Not all steps are equal. For your team to deliver high performance, it is important that vital behaviors are mastered.
For example, if your measurable goal is to increase sales of product X in 90 days, it is very important that you identify the vital behaviors that will ensure success. We need to agree on few vital behaviors because these will become the basis of our team building exercises.
Your team building experience is an opportunity to introduce new behaviors and help members learn and apply them.
In designing your team building experiences, we use behavioral psychology, gamification, and engagement strategies.
03: Run Engaging Team Building Experiences
During your team building experiences, you are the heroes and we are your facilitators. Your team will discover new principles and acquire new skills through experiences.
04: Engage Employees
After your team building exercises, it is important that you take steps to engage your employees so they continue to practice your identified vital behaviors. We will recommend some steps you can take to engage employees.