Great things in business are never done by one person.

They're done by a team of people.


Steve Jobs

Why IS Team building so crucial?

One of the most valuable qualities that could be developed in a person is their ability to be a team player. A team player is someone who works effectively with others and who adds value to the dynamics and vision of the group. In today's fluid world that is in a constant change of flux, collaboration and teamwork plays a more crucial role than ever. Hence, being a team player is vital to the health and

success of an organisation.

Real teamwork requires these specific behaviors: 

  • vulnerability-based trust,

  • healthy conflict,

  • active commitment,

  • peer- to- peer accountability,

  • Goal- oriented actions.


Thankfully with enough coaching, patience and time, most people can learn to embrace these concepts and become the team player they are meant to be. 



team building program

Our programs in developing your Team Capacity and Capability consist a series of optional sub programs: 


  • Mapping the team culture (trust, values, belief, behavior)

  • Xray the Team Immunity to Change

  • Team Diversity and Dynamics

  • Devise the Team Vision, Mission and Core Values

  • Develop Team Bonding and Connections

  • Team Resilience in Pressure and Tough Challenge

  • Engaging Conversation for Change and Actions

  • Accelerating Team Decision Making 

  • Precision in Team Execution

  • Developing Team Feedback System

  • Team Creativity and Innovations

  • Team Coaching and Mentoring

  • Senior Leader Team Building

  • Action Learning Team Building


Learning can be fun, transformative, and full of skill acquisition. With a rich combination of in-class facilitation and experiential outdoor activities, learning can become effortlessly adaptive. A safe space is created within these learning environments for participants to step out of their comfort zone and test their abilities in being a team member and leader. With a unique recipe of case studies, indoor discussions, outdoor activities and role playing, participants will learn how to deal with challenges, embrace risks, and push beyond their limiting fears at a safe and conducive learning environment.  



Identify the needs and goals of the learning program from the perspective of the stakeholders

Decide the appropriate Approaches:

- Mapping team culture

- Team readiness

- In-class facilitation

- assignment (pre + post)

- Coaching & mentoring

- Outdoor activities

Agree on:

- Expectation

- Approach

- Resources

- Support



The Outbound and Teambuilding program consist of

indoor facilitation, class sessions, case studies, group projects, problem solving and coaching in the group and individual levels. Participants would undergo pre and post- exercise assignments to gauge their growth level as well as outbound activities that would put their collaborative and communication skills to the test. The outbound activities below illustrates some of our previous engagements in Team Capability Building.

Your Team Building Experience

 Our goal is to create experiences at a safe space for our participants to uncover their inner leader and potential. We want our clients to feel vulnerable enough to share with us their difficulties and at the same time, strong enough to move forward with the readiness

to transform themselves. 



Do we know ourselves as a team? Who are we? 

What makes us tick as a team? 

Do we know each other’s personal strengths? Each other’s weaker spots? Do we acknowledge these openly to each other? What examples can you find?

Do we know each other’s backgrounds and personal histories?  Are we comfortable talking about these?

What examples can you find?


Are we open to feedback?

Do we welcome honest, candid and even 'brutal' feedback?

Can we give feedback without fearing repercussion like rejection or exclusion?

Are we always able to admit our own mistakes (particularly mistakes that affect our team)? 

What examples can you find?



Do we create a space of silence?

A moment for pause?

Do we stop to reflect where we are as a team?

How far have we come as a team?

Do we create a space for reflection and self- expression within the team? 

Do we allow our team members to pause, rejuvenate and reenergize themselves?

Or do we push them on relentlessly?

Is there ever an 'Aha' moment for the team?


Do each of us have clear goals and objectives?

Are we regularly monitoring these goals and objectives?


Are our individual goals aligned towards achieving team results? Or do we compete with each other in the process? What examples can you find?


Do we have a clear mission: a goal that creates energy and binds us together? What examples can you find?


What is more important to each of you: your individual (and your respective team/department’s) results or this team’s results? What examples can you find?



Do we encourage our team to take risk?

Or do we encourage them to play it safe?


Do we create pioneers that are willing to take risks and embark on new initiatives?


Do we support each other when one of us fails?

Or do we criticise and deride failure?


Are we willing to lend a helping hand if one of our team member fails? 


Do we create active support mechanism in team?

Is everyone clear with their respective place and role?

Do we take turns to lend a hand and guide each other?

Do delegate these roles appropriately and ensure equal responsibility among our team members?

Do we set boundaries and time limits when it comes to seeking help and support from others? 


How can our team build trust?

How can we think on our feet when difficult situations arise?


How do we build competence in our team?

How do we foster a strong family spirit within our team? 

How can our team stay committed to our shared goals and visions?

How do we develop leaders who could adapt and develop a positive team energy that would translate into impactful actions?


How do we deal with restrictive and disadvantageous situations with composure and level- headedness? 

How do we work together cohesively as a team? 

Do we take the initiative to correct and fine-tune each other's actions through listening and caring for them? 


Do we promote role modeling behavior?

Do we see leaders as some one keen to get their hands dirty for the sake of the team?

Do we create leaders who could establish close connections with their team?

Are our leaders distant and detached from the team? 

Do we create leaders who practice what they preach?

Do we create leaders who mean what they say and say what they mean?


What is the common purpose of our team?

What is daily tasks and duties help to bond our team together? 

What are some of the things that unify our team and gives us a sense of one-ness?

How do we maintain this sense of unity in times of difficulty and crisis?

How do we work together to achieve our goals and aspirations?


Do we create a mood of joy in our team?

Do we promote celebration and reward when things have been done and goals are achieved?

Do we celebrate our learning and transformation?

Do we encourage people to pay tribute to those who put in efforts to change?

Do we create a milestone of achivements in our team journey?


Do we encourage diversity or sameness?

Do we acknowledge the beauty of diversity?

Do we praise differing opinions that contribute to the richness of team learning and decision making?

Do we embrace everyone's uniqueness and contributions in making our team's goals a reality? 

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