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Malaysia Team Building locates the best resort, venue, hotel, conference centre for your team building holidays, events or conferences.Depending on your requirements and budget we will discuss with you the following:
What is the different between a team building and team bonding program?
The key different; In team building, there are debriefings for learning values, evaluations or follow-ups required for bonding sessions. What is of most importance for a team building activities are member’s experiential learning while having fun.
Basics Of Team Building
Team Building is a process in which a work group examines how it is currently operating, identifies how it could improve its effectiveness, and implements the procedures and processes that enable it to get the job done in the best possible way. In this course, the participants will focus on how teamwork can impact positively on accomplishing tasks and on conflict resolution in work teams. They will define their roles in improving the quality of services/products that your company provides, and they will build teamwork skills.
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Approach to learning
The participants will use a self-assessment exercise to better understand how they personally feel about working in a team, to recognize the issues affecting how people work together and how to handle conflict resolution in their work teams. Using their own experience, they create a tool and use it to assess the level of teamwork in their own areas. Through a series of group exercises, case studies, and role plays, they will learn a variety of techniques for making their teams more effective.
The Nature of Experiential Learning
Experiential learning is both exciting and challenging. It includes a range of different processes such as individual or team problem solving initiatives, physical challenges, games, simulation exercises, structured processes, sharing sessions, guided visualisations, and structured interactions. In all these events, students are actively engaged in the learning process and are able to generate meaningful, relevant insights from their experience.
The Nature of Experiential Learning has been defined as having four main characteristics:
The learner is aware of the processes which are taking place, and which are enabling learning to occur; the learner is involved in a reflective experience that enables the person to relate current learning to past, resent and future; the experience and content is personally significant: what is being learned and how it is being learned hold a special importance for that person; there is an involvement of the whole self - body, thoughts, feelings and actions, not just of the mind. In other words, the learner is fully engaged as a whole person
Examples of topics to be covered
Leadership Training Courses
Mastering Leadership requires continuous attention to a number of complex issues. True leadership is strategic, not tactical; that is to say that leadership addresses long-term issues, not short-term crises. Effective leaders also find that all members of a team must be ready to play critical leadership roles, reinforcing the idea that leaders teach others to be leaders, not followers. And, successful leaders know that the needs of the group guide the techniques and strategies that leaders use to guide and facilitate the activities of the group.
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Notes on Team Building and Leadership Training
(James Neill, 2005, Wilderdom) A team is a group of people who come together temporarily to achieve a purpose. There is no magic formula for "building a team". Teams are organic - they grow and change - so make use of the opportunities that change offers.
Team Building (or ‘teambuilding') refers to the process of establishing and developing a greater sense of collaboration and trust between team members.
Team Building Activities are stimulating problem-solving tasks designed to help group members develop their communication skills and capacity to work effectively together.
Team Building Exercises can be adapted for virtually any setting, young or old, large or small, and across cultures. Different team building activities facilitated in different ways with different groups can and will lead to a wide variety of different experiences and different outcomes. Even the simplest game can become a significant experience for participants; an important part of team building exercises is participants' reflection and discussion about the activity, how they approached the situation, and possible points of learning.
Outdoor expeditions are a fantastic way to give depth and understanding to the school-based learning experience. Seeing is understanding! Participants find themselves in new environments, out of their comfort zone, opening their minds to new ways of looking at life, leading to important advances in physical, personal and social education.
We does this in a fun and exciting way, using a method that combines learning and experience, otherwise known as experiential learning. Team-building, respect, integrity and self-development are all at the core of our training.
The trips are designed so that enjoyment is maximised. Accommodation is always good, food always plentiful and there is always a member of staff on hand to listen and help out if needed. Without ever realising it, participants are being educated and asked to analyse their responses and behaviours. Participants are included in their own analysis and it is this inclusive and honest approach that brings out the best in participants, maximising potential and bringing out mature responses to challenging situations.
Motivational team-building events and games, learning about new cultures, facing exciting physical and mental challenges, honesty and integrity, forging new friendships and discovering a world of opportunities
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