Price: $2,450.00

Length: 3 Days
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Team Building Training

Are your teams working to their full potential?

This is a crucial determination by an organization’s leadership. Research shows one very effective way to push the production envelop is through team building.

When team members understand the differences in communication styles, thinking approaches and other strengths and weaknesses of their co-workers, they are more likely to respect the value each team member brings to the business.

The objective for leaders is to make sure all team members are included and working to their strengths so that the whole team can truly grow and excel.

Many experts in this area believe the most important outcome to team building is the bigger picture of looking beyond one’s know-how and hierarchy and engendering a set of relationships between equals with different qualities.

Researchers who study the topic show that while there is no such thing as one definition of “team building,” the term should relate to a category of interventions aimed at teams. What these interventions have in common is:

  • Objective: improving a team’s functioning in general, by developing interpersonal relations, clarifying roles or solving existent problems
  • Method: mostly informal team building activities like games and physical exercises, as opposed to sitting in a classroom and discussing a topic
  • Location: usually a different one to where the team works (e.g., in nature, in an events hall)

The challenge for an organization’s leadership is to make sure team building is an effective activity and not just a waste of time.

A few years ago researchers published a meta-analysis based on data from over 1500 teams. The meta-analysis investigated the effects of team building on different aspects of the team. The meta-analysis showed that people who participate in team building feel more positively about their team. This positive feeling is manifested in certain ways such as more trust for their fellow team members, more satisfaction that they’re part of the team, and more confidence that the team will achieve its objectives.

The research also proved that teams that go through team building sessions have better interactions: they communicate, coordinate and manage conflicts better. These processes are key in accomplishing the team’s task.

Additionally, the research showed that some modalities of team building are more effective than others. What seems to make a difference is the aim of the session: Team building activities focused on setting goals or clarifying roles bring the most benefits.

Setting goals refers to defining both individual and team objectives, and planning what actions to take to turn the objectives into reality. Clarifying roles means team members discuss what is and isn’t within their own responsibility and they understand their duties better.

Team Building Training Courses by Tonex

Team building training teaches participants the principals, methods and skills required to gather a high-performance team. In fact, constructing an effective team is one of the essential skills of a leader, as a leader cannot succeed without a great team. Therefore, how you arrange your team, whom you put in your team, and how you lead your team matters substantially.

Teams apply various abilities, information, and experience of their members to generate results that individuals working independently wouldn’t accomplish.

Our Team Building training course intends to help you construct powerful, efficient teams in your work environment. This hands-on training will teach you to identify the significance of teamwork, determine the features of an effective team, comprehend the qualities of an efficient team member, and assist in building successful teams to accomplish crucial outcomes.


The Tonex Team Building training course teaches you to lead in a way to get the best outcome through effective communicating and collaboration with other people. This training leverages every perspective of team leadership skills. The program assures to develop more powerful team cohesion, harmony and support that are required to accomplish organizational objectives.

Team building training is a combination of lectures and hands-on activities, including several case studies, group activities, and hands-on workshops.

Learn More About

  • Evaluating leadership style
  • Team building issues
  • Leader or a manager?
  • Crucial management competencies
  • Establishing standards and follow up
  • Creating your own leadership development style
  • Inspiration theory and practice
  • Dealing with conflict
  • Appraisal skills
  • Assessing training needs
  • Decision making
  • Developing a team identity
  • Forestalling conflict

Why Do You Need Team Building Training?

  • Enhanced efficiency of work, with the entire team collaborating together to accomplish one goal
  • Better quality, as more people with more ideas and minds can think of more efficient and better options to do things
  • More adjustable functions, as teams employ crucial projects and work with other teams across the work
  • Improved innovation, with people collaborating together to generate creative ideas
  • Higher security, as teams concentrate on solving safety problems and generating safer procedures
  • Sharp inspiration, with everyone engaged in organizational success


Team Building training is a 3-day course designed for:

  • Team leaders
  • Senior, mid-level, junior managers
  • Executives
  • Supervisors
  • All professionals keen in enhancing their skills to lead teams in the ways that improve the project success and organizational efficiencies

Training Objectives

Upon the completion of team building training, attendees are able to:

  • Construct trust and set up collaboration across the team
  • Develop a “can-do” inspiring attitude that raises all people of the team
  • Set up unambiguous, self-assured, and efficient team communication skills
  • Set up a more powerful connection among team members
  • Derive a strong team to accomplish common goals
  • Construct higher familiarity between members of your team
  • Enhance company culture and employee morale
  • Evaluate crucial elements in team tasks and more profoundly look for how teams can efficiently invest on team resources
  • Derive clear and efficient interactive skills
  • Evaluate their actions and responses to know what they can change to enhance their individual and team performance
  • Identify the phases every team goes through and how to manage the process to become productive
  • Define the importance of communicating goals and vision
  • Determine and empower the individual strengths
  • Develop the foundation based on which everyone can work
  • Utilize techniques to lead the team and keep motivated and focused
  • Help your team accept differences and value one another
  • Explain what makes a high performing team
  • Comprehend the significance of having diverse strengths and skills
  • Distinguishing the demand for clear and efficient communication
  • Have taken part in team building activities to enhance their team’s performance

Course Outline

Overview of Team Building

  • What is the definition of a team?
  • Terminology
  • History of team and groups
  • Team building process
  • Different types of teams
  • Characteristics of a high-performance team
  • Real-world examples of successful teams
  • Leadership styles and situational leadership
  • Team development issues
  • Motivation theory and practice
  • Leadership strategies associated with teams

Team Development Stages

  • Forming
    • Symbols
    • How to act like a leader
    • What to do as a team member
  • Storming
    • Symbols
    • How to act like a leader
    • What to do as a team member
  • Norming
    • Symbols
    • How to act like a leader
    • What to do as a team member
  • Performing
    • Symbols
    • How to act like a leader
    • What to do as a team member

Development and Leadership

  • How to adopt the skills of a natural leaders
  • The characteristics of the successful teal leaders in the world
  • Inspirational description of leadership that narrows down a job to simple tasks
  • Major facts about leadership
  • Discovering the inner strengths

 Becoming An Inspired Leader

  • How to turn a simple meeting into an opportunity
  • Selling your ideas
  • Definition of leadership communication
  • Securing your outstanding employees

Team Players

  • Divers roles of team members
  • Identifying the strengths and issues of an exceptional team player style
  • Preventing conflicts in the team via combining and matching various work styles
  • Differences among the approaches people use to work
  • Successful team leaders are successful team players

Teamwork Solving Problems

  • The six thinking hats
  • Effective brainstorming
  • Coming to an agreement

Leading A Team to Brilliance

  • Inexpensive approaches to inspire and reward your team members
  • Know when your employees are up to take new challenges
  • How to look for a teamwork in forming a new vision
  • Main areas to concentrate on when leading a team
  • The significance of a well-thought-out communication strategy in leading a team from point A to point B

Inspiring Teamwork

  • Things to do
  • Things not to do
  • Things to think about

 Principals of Team Building

  • Requirements for success
  • Lead by example
  • Be considerate to all the contributors
  • Appreciate the group achievements via a reward system

A Team Approach to Handle Unacceptable Incidents

  • Removing intolerable behavior and performance from the team
  • Handling bad behavior and quiet battle that can end a team’s efficiency
  • Leading a team in the sympathies of fighting each other about issues
  • The poor effectiveness of the conventional punishments in a team environment
  • Eliminating a team member when others complain

What Do Your Team Members Expect You to Do as A Leader?

  • How to satisfy your team in terms of direction and vision
  • Endless responsibility of a leader against the team’s needs
  • What do teams actually need from their leaders
  • How can you know when to react, when to remain silent, and when to discipline?

Case Studies: Various Team Examples

  • Development team
  • Customer service team
  • Navigation team

 Group Activity Sample: Effective Team Communication

  • We will separate you into pairs, and then will have each pair sit back to back. One individual in each pair holds a picture of a figure, and the other person will have a pencil and pad of paper.
  • Those holding the pictures will provide description to their partners so that they can draw the object. Once they are done, each pair is asked to compare the real shape with the what is drawn, and then discussing the following questions:
    • How effective was the description?
    • How proper was the interpretation of the description?
    • Were there issues with both sides of the communication process?

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