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7 Important Insights
You Must Know about
Team Building in
Sydney
The success of a business or
organisation often lies on the people
behind it. If you have a team of
motivated and talented...
This is why team building in
Sydney is essential to the
growth and development of
your company. Here are some
insights on ...
Team building does work
A study published on the Small
Group Research journal showed that
team building activities do work...
for them to have a positive
effect on team performance,
they should not be invasive,
awkward, or forced. When you
organise...
There are creative ways to
encourage your workers to
bond
Apart from the usual team
building activities, there are other
w...
You can try volunteering, field
trips, or shared meals. Another
way to motivate your team is to
give them workshops, which...
Non-work communication is
important
According to a study by
Massachusetts Institute of
Technology’s Human Dynamic
Laborato...
This means that while it isn’t
necessary for your employees to
be the best of friends outside of
work, them having excelle...
Star employees are not as
independent as you think
they are
“Rock star” employees, or those
oozing with natural talent, ma...
A study conducted by Harvard
University showed that heart
surgeons perform better when
they are able to consistently work
...
Remote teams can do better
than in-house teams
If you’re considering phasing out
your remote team, you should
think twice ...
An MIT study in 2009 revealed
that virtual teams working for
software companies can
outperform local teams as long
as they...
In-person brainstorming may
not be that effective
If you want your team to churn out
innovative ideas, don’t let them
brai...
Instead, you should try
electronic brainwriting. This
practice basically allows your
team to exchange ideas through
a char...
Each team needs an analytical
thinker
A study from Carnegie Mellon
University suggests that for a team
to be successful, i...
team. He or she does this by
identifying and focusing on the
“little details” needed to achieve a
particular goal. If you’...
For more details
Visit us @
http://www.beyondtheboardroom.com.au/
Or Call us
1800 786 386
Us Today!
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Team Building in Sydney - 7 Important Insights with Beyond the Boardroom

  1. 1. 7 Important Insights You Must Know about Team Building in Sydney
  2. 2. The success of a business or organisation often lies on the people behind it. If you have a team of motivated and talented employees working towards a common goal, you can achieve almost anything.
  3. 3. This is why team building in Sydney is essential to the growth and development of your company. Here are some insights on building, engaging, and motivating a winning team.
  4. 4. Team building does work A study published on the Small Group Research journal showed that team building activities do work. However,
  5. 5. for them to have a positive effect on team performance, they should not be invasive, awkward, or forced. When you organise these activities, you must never make the mistake of mixing your staff’s personal and work life.
  6. 6. There are creative ways to encourage your workers to bond Apart from the usual team building activities, there are other ways for your employees to bond and discover their hidden talents.
  7. 7. You can try volunteering, field trips, or shared meals. Another way to motivate your team is to give them workshops, which can help them learn new things.
  8. 8. Non-work communication is important According to a study by Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Human Dynamic Laboratory, how well the team communicates during informal meetings can contribute to their success.
  9. 9. This means that while it isn’t necessary for your employees to be the best of friends outside of work, them having excellent rapport with each other will make a positive impact on the organisation as a whole.
  10. 10. Star employees are not as independent as you think they are “Rock star” employees, or those oozing with natural talent, may not work as effectively if you take them out of their team.
  11. 11. A study conducted by Harvard University showed that heart surgeons perform better when they are able to consistently work with the same people. This basically means that no matter how talented an individual is, teamwork still has an impact on his or her performance.
  12. 12. Remote teams can do better than in-house teams If you’re considering phasing out your remote team, you should think twice about your decision. It turns out that remote teams can outperform local teams.
  13. 13. An MIT study in 2009 revealed that virtual teams working for software companies can outperform local teams as long as they have the proper tools and systems in place.
  14. 14. In-person brainstorming may not be that effective If you want your team to churn out innovative ideas, don’t let them brainstorm in groups because various studies have shown that in- person brainstorming actually discourages people from pitching in their ideas.
  15. 15. Instead, you should try electronic brainwriting. This practice basically allows your team to exchange ideas through a chart program, helping them avoid the problems that often come with in-person brainstorming.
  16. 16. Each team needs an analytical thinker A study from Carnegie Mellon University suggests that for a team to be successful, it must have an analytical thinker. According to the study, the analytical thinker balances the big-picture strategist in the
  17. 17. team. He or she does this by identifying and focusing on the “little details” needed to achieve a particular goal. If you’re going to liken the situation to the Sydney Amazing Race, the analytical thinker is the one who takes care of a particular task to ensure that his or her team will win the race.
  18. 18. For more details Visit us @ http://www.beyondtheboardroom.com.au/ Or Call us 1800 786 386 Us Today!

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