TEAM BUILDING

Paul guides you to identify the dysfunctions of a team and helps you bring about the necessary changes for complete functionality. Paul has trained, developed and managed teams with different functions, roles and responsibilities. This gives him hands on experience to deploy a workable and definite model for high performing unified team.

Many teams have reached the limit of what they can accomplish by relying on sheer talent alone. The next level of performance requires an up shift in skills and mindsets.

We do not follow regular team bonding engagements, which is confined to activities and fun. Here again, we follow the client’s needs for approach, preparation and execution.

Delivery process will include activities (indoor OR outdoor) relevant to concepts; it’s an amalgamation of practical learning through individual activities and collective execution through team activities.

We believe in driving core messages with a combination of activities relevant to theme, games for active participation & learning, along with core messages, which could be:

  • BUILDING TRUST
  • ALIGNMENT & SHARED VISION
  • COLLLABORATION
  • AGILITY IN EXECUTION
  • IMPROVING TEAM COMMUNICATION
  • INTERPERSAONL EFFECTIVENSS
  • BECOMING A BETTER TEAM PLAYER

Paul’s approach from The Sports Performance Lens (what are the lessons to be learnt through sports), Role plays (Workplace situations to explore possibilities), Simplified approach to effective learning and development (activities designed to develop and enhance skills) are the focal points.

WHAT OUR CLIENT’S SAY

Most Requested Topics:

Building alignment, trust and collaboration between team members

Getting everyone on the same page and major emphasis on how to work in collaboration

Sense of urgency, faster execution, avoiding the dysfunctions of a team and building trust among team members

Any topic, which is skill or strategy based, can be turned into a fun learning session

PAUL HAS DELIVERED HUNDREDS OF INSPIRING AND IMPACTFUL KEYNOTE SPEECHES TO OVER 500,000 PEOPLE