Team leaders have a perennial dilemma: how can we educate, engage and develop our group in a substantial way that helps the team become better?
“Team‑building” is often seen as the fun add-on to a meeting devoted to science, sales figures and quarterly goals. These can include a ropes course, golf, a trip to the desert, horseback riding, softball, a cooking school, and the like. Were these experiences useful toward the goal? If the goal is fun, distraction or an open afternoon, then these experiences create shared memories and are often a welcome opportunity.
But, the goal is rarely just … Read the rest