Team Building

Our work takes us into many meeting rooms to develop a group of people into a team. In the midst of these events and everyday life, we come across interesting learning moments that connect theory we’ve learned to an experience in real life. We hope this blog is informative and entertaining for other facilitators and those interested in team development.

TOOLS AND TOYS

We like to share what’s in our toolbox and in our toy box. Why? Because sometimes all you need is a little inspiration to help you get unstuck or to give a little boost to your effort. The toolbox and toybox are still a bit under construction, so we appreciate your patience. If you have any recommendations of what you’d like us to put here, feel free to send us an email. Sorry, but due to the limits of bandwidth, we won’t be able to put any really cool tools, like cutting torches or sawzalls on here.

eNthusaProve Team BuildingDo you have:

A group that you’d like to build into a Team? A Team that has lost their cohesion, their connectedness?

eNthusaProve can help !

Our clients rely on our innovative techniques tailored to their specific needs and culture, yet with a special mix of creativity to help awaken new paradigms and excite new expectations.

Our specialty is the adaptive application of knowledge sharing, roles and responsibility matrices, social network analysis, strategy development and, of course, shared vision building.

We believe in the power of teams.  From both our core values and our experience, we believe:

  • Team building does not happen just by working together.  (Riding on the same bus doesn’t make you a team.)
  • Groups can do great things, but teams tend to outperform groups.
  • Teamwork is not a replacement for competence, capability or capacity
  • Teamwork will enable your leadership to create joy in work.
  • Team building is its own effort; it won’t just happen by reorganizing or renaming.
  • That effort requires some heavy lifting, not just a slogan, but  a shared vision built with shared experience and shared expectations.
  • Key difference between Groups and Teams:  Team Members act for the team.   Group members act for their portion of the desired outcome.

How are we qualified to help you build your team?

  • 10+ years of Team Building and Organizational Development… corporate teams, inter-organizational teams, government teams, sports teams, church groups and non-profits.
  • Expert application of Myers Briggs Type Indicator.
  • Designing and leading customized interventions on team learning, and trust building
  • Proven ability to work past the anecdotal to surface real concerns and issues

If you have a a team building challenge, talk with us.