Team Building Skills: Up Close With a Work Environment

 


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What can an employee do to contribute to the success of employers, co-workers and the workplace?

What can the employer do to help the employee become a better worker?

The importance of team building skills is critical in the success of every company. Like a sports team, you invest time with your teammates. You have a common goal that each member needs to contribute to the success, to win the game and be successful. Organizations are full of work associates with a similar vision. That is to accomplish the tasks, and responsibilities of the employer.

The following work traditions have helped employers enhance team building skills. You might consider the following:

Rewards-Bonuses, movie tickets, and non-monetary acts of appreciation are enticing motivators for employees. Verbal recognition, gift cards, and certificates are ways to reward employees for their contributions and reaffirm their value to the team. Do take into consideration that rewards must be done properly to ensure that it does not alienate other team members.

Luncheons-Co-workers have the opportunity to share with their colleague’s the details and success of their work. Too often, employees become self-absorbed in their work, failing to notice their work surroundings and the efforts of others. With company lunches, employees are able to broaden their understanding of what is taking place at work and develop empathy for their co-workers and provide support when needed.

Activities-Company dinners, a day at the amusement park, or community activities help to create outlets to relieve stress, get out of a rut, or a day-to-day routine. When employers treat their people as team members, it encourages team camaraderie, and by rewarding individual contributions to the team, employees will gain a clear understanding of a successful work environment and thus enhance their team building skills.

There are many other options that can successfully help your team. Pick a few ideas, try them out, and determine which ones are the best for your organization. Remember each organization and team is different. Not every option will work for your group.

For more information on team building skills within your industry, please email us.

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