The Collaboration Effect provides an exclusive session on team building activities and its impact led by Mike Gregory.
The strength of a team determines the level of success at work. That is why; most of the corporate giants, as well as start-ups, focus more on building a strong team. Here a strong team means a team where each member trusts the other member, acknowledges each other’s capability and achievements, and, most importantly have a great bond. For achieving all these, team building activities play a vital role. These “soft skill” activities at first might seem unimportant or insignificant but they do have a significant impact on the entire team and hence on the productivity of the business or organization. Light-hearted, fun-filled team building activities and discussions around these types of sessions can turn out to be one of the most beneficial ways to empower the company’s efficiency.
Some of the practical team building activities can be team lunches, playing indoor games, and brainstorming, and, likewise, outdoor activities can be fun, creative and team building. Such activities and games will help the team members know each other better and develop bonds to build trust, which will help the entire team in achieving the goals successfully.
At The Collaboration Effect®, the team believes that a team that laughs together and trusts each other is the team that achieves the goals together. And hence, they have designed a session led by Mike Gregory, an internationally acclaimed speaker that focuses on building engaged workgroups and teams. Mike has been a front-line specialist, manager, mid-level manager, and executive with up to 1,200 employees. He has been teaching and mentoring in this area for over 20 years.
The session is all about leadership skills and developing a leader within each of us. During this session, Mike will help you realize how to explore and utilize the opportunities to take constructive actions that help you with self-improvement. In the session, Mike will use ideas from two of his eleven books, The Servant Manager: 203 Tips from the Best Places to Work in America and Peaceful Resolutions: A 60-step Illustrated Guide to the Art of Conflict Resolution along with current research on team building activities and its impact.
So, if you are looking for more practical ideas and ways to strengthen your team and enhance their collaborative skills, then make sure to invite Mike for a memorable and learning session on your next event.
“This session focuses on lessons learned regarding leadership and developing the leader within each of us. Ideas will be presented on how to explore and use opportunities to take constructive actions for self-improvement. Mike will be using ideas from two of his eleven books, The Servant Manager: 203 Tips from the Best Places to Work in America and Peaceful Resolutions: A 60-step Illustrated Guide to the Art of Conflict Resolution along with current research on this topic for today’s presentation. After discussing some lessons learned from neuroscience on how our brains work, statistics will be presented on the disconnect between management’s view of employee engagement compared to employees’ view, and how these views change across generations.” – Says a spokesperson at The Collaboration Effect.
About the Company:
Mike is a dynamic, energetic and passionate international speaker that offers keynote, workshop, seminar and executive forum presentations taking advantage of The Collaboration Effect®. The Collaboration Effect®helps in enhancing relationships, resources and revenues by developing relationships, actively listening, educating participants and collaborating closure. To learn more visit https://collabeffect.com/
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