Having productive and cohesive teams is a vital element in the success of a growing and profitable organization. Our teambuilding seminars are designed to energize and engage people to develop a strong team spirit.

Bringing the team together for a 1 or 2 day seminar begins with a Needs Assessment to assess how the team is functioning. Activities are designed to work through inefficiencies, develop a positive group dynamic, and a sense of trust among team members.

Investing in your team

What return on investment can you imagine getting from spending time with your team evaluating how the they are functioning in areas such as communication, meetings, conflict, problem solving, accountability and understanding the team's goals and objectives?

Can you visualize the rich conversations and pride when the team takes inventory of what they have accomplished in the past year?

What would it feel like to get alignment from your team members for what they believe the team needs to stop, start and continue to do?

Learning about your team members' preferences, their communication style and what they need from one another takes the team to the high performing team level. High-performing teams set organizational direction, make strategic decisions, execute clear roles, fully leverage unique member talents, and focus on team success versus individual agendas.

This type of teamwork - both powerful and rare - allows a company to maintain the "ultimate competitive advantage" says author Patrick Lencioni, in his best-selling book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team.

As a new leader, a new team or a team that wants to be a high performing team, why not consider joining the many teams who have chosen to accelerate their performance by dedicating a day or two to work on the team's development, set goals and participate in customized teambuilding activities.

Maybe it is time to sharpen the saw to be more efficient in moving forward to realize your team's potential! Let's begin with a Needs Assessment to engage your team members in identifying what would be most beneficial in the teambuilding process. Teams that are involved in creating a solution, are much more committed to the process.

Benefits of introducing teambuilding in the workplace:

Facilitates better communication

Motivates employees

Clearly defines objectives and goals

Improves organizational productivity 

Identifies a team's strengths and weaknesses

Develops problem-solving skills


Why do organization need teambuilding?

High performance teams possess a common feeling of purpose, pride, loyalty and responsibility. The team is united in its fulfillment of vision, organizational mission, and consistently meets the challenging objectives of new opportunities. In spite of today's ambiguity and uncertainty, the innovative spirit of teams is committed to continuously improving all aspects of the job.


Session Objectives

To define “team” and the process of “teambuilding”

To identify each team member's DiSC behavioural style and learn how to flex to work with each style

To learn the stages of team development and identify your team’s present stage

To review characteristics that reflect effective and ineffective teamwork

To become aware of how you can measure the challenges faced by your individual team members

To gain a common understanding of the strengths and weakness of your team

To generate an image that describes how your team is currently functioning

To evaluate your team’s effectiveness and create an action plan for improvement

Program Components


Everything DiSC Workplace Profile

Everything DiSC Workplace helps build better relationships one person at a time. The Workplace Profile can be used with everyone in an organization, regardless of title or role, to improve the quality of the workplace. Participants understand and appreciate the styles of the people they work with. The result is more effective and productive working relationships.

Comparison Report

Everything DiSC Comparison Report

Participants will receive Everything DiSC Comparison Reports illustrating the similarities and differences between themselves and another co-worker, resulting in better working relationships and training that sticks!