TEAM Building｜Corporate Training
We are committed to providing a wide range of quality training services and team-building activities for small, medium, and large enterprises and organizations in Hong Kong.
Whether it is adventure training, art workshops, or spiritual activities, we offer a wide range of team-building activities to stimulate the potential of our staff and enable them to complement their strengths and weaknesses through team-building activities.
Team Building Activities Recommendation
(for frontline staff)
Adventure training includes different training challenges that will help frontline staff to develop their overall abilities, including raft games, zip lining, canoeing and more. In different resources and environments, we use limited resources and primitive environment to communicate with team members to develop strategies and draft solutions to solve different challenges and obstacles to improve self, communication resolve different challenges and obstacles to improve self, communication, courage training, teamworketc.
(for management staff)
LEGO®SERIOUS PLAY® is a form of facilitation, such as questioning, discussion, and problem-solving. Through the Lego Serious Play series of tools, employees are able to reflect, learn and discover themselves through the process, as well as learn about individual problem solving, team communication, and problem-solving. All the insights and experiences gained can be applied to the daily operation of the company/organisation, team communication, and teamwork.
Online Team Building
(for home-based staff)
Due to the sudden onset of the epidemic, local companies in Hong Kong have a policy of allowing their staff to work from home, thus leaving the workforce without interaction and communication. Online Team Building allows companies and organisations to participate in online training with just a computer device or smart mobile device, allowing teams to participate in online training even if they are separated by a screen, breaking geographical restrictions and participating in different games and interactions, thus strengthening communication and teamwork between teams.
(for all staff)
This is a training activity with music, where a large number of people can participate together, and it is a collaborative musical instrument and hand and dance training. The aim of this activity is to build up a team and work together as a team, which involves a lot of practice, experimentation and mutual accommodation. At the end of the day, the staff had to play a rhythmic and danceable piece of music together, which gave them a sense of achievement and satisfaction.
Target Audience of Corporate Training
We offer a wide range of team building activities for different companies/enterprises/organisations in Hong Kong, for both management and frontline staff, as well as team building activities for company-wide interaction and training. This will help you to enhance your competitiveness and help your organisation/company to achieve better long-term development in Hong Kong and even overseas markets.
Team Building targets – management of the company/organisation
Enhancing personal skills (e.g. leadership, time management, etc.)
Management and business strategy for the whole business/ organisation
Ability to communicate and work with different departments
Team Building targets – frontline staff of the company/organisation
Improve communication skills of frontline staff
Learn to manage emotional intelligence to deal with unexpected situations
Strengthen teamwork between front and back office
Tuckman Stages of Team Development Model
At the beginning of the team building stage, there is no knowledge of the personalities, abilities and interests of the new colleagues/employees, and the level of understanding and trust is low. We are all at the stage of feeling our way around and getting to know each other.
At the start of a team, due to the short bonding time with colleagues and the fact that they have not yet adapted to the working pattern of the team, it is easy for employees to join too many personalities in the work of the team than to communicate and cooperate with each other slowly, and to reject people with whom they disagree.
As the rules for team members began to be established, relationships between staff began to grow closer, with people being assigned to suitable roles according to their individual abilities, being open to the views of others, communicating with each other as a team, and gradually working together and achieving work with the team as a priority.
Each person works in his or her own position and shares the tasks at different stages of the team’s life. The team begins to recognise the importance of teamwork, and the roles in different positions cooperate with each other in handling tasks and working towards the same goal.
Changes in the team’s collaborative members begin to occur, such as a transfer, a new employee joining the team, or a new task/objective needs to be undertaken after a job has been completed, resulting in the original rhythm of teamwork being disrupted and needing to be reshuffled to a suitable rhythm and reorganised into different positions or tasks for different members.