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Trust Outcome Based Team Building Activities
People tend to only trust people that they know and understand. When you first start a team, it is important that you share your background with the team. Encourage the team to also share information about themselves and create opportunities for the team to socialize together. The better the team members get to know each other, the easier it will be for them to trust each other. When there is a general feeling of mistrust in a team no amount of team building will motivate the team members to work together. Communication is another essential component of trust building. When team leaders keep their team informed, they send a clear message that they trust their team members. When you give trust, you gain even more trust back.
The team building exercises under the Trust theme are selected to help achieve the specific objective of trust. Your facilitator will select the appropriate exercises from this list to match the venue and team on the day.
|Electric Fence - The aim of the challenge is for the entire team to cross from one side of the fence to the other without touching the fence line. There are two variations of this challenge a more basic version and the more advanced one, both are great for developing teamwork and trust...
|Spiders Web - The aim of the challenge is for the whole team to travel through the web. At the moment, the web is blocking your path to safety. Be careful though, as the web is extremely poisonous and any time a team member touches the web, the challenge will be restarted...
|Blind Retriever - In this fun and challenging blindfold activity, groups are split into smaller sub-teams and must compete against each other to try and retrieve an object. One person is blindfolded in each team and directed by a team mate to try and find the object before the other team do...
|Blind Shapes - Teams are blindfolded and tasked with forming a number of geometric shapes defined by the facilitator. Participants have to put their hands in front of them and then place the length of rope in their hands.They are given a shape to create with the rope...
|Blindfold Maze - Blindfolded participants are given a route by their partners, and then tasked with retracing their steps without any instruction to try and end up as close to the start point as possible...
|Night Trail - Working as a team, blindfolded participants follow a rope and try to navigate their way round a series of obstacles. Trust, support, leadership and communication is essential for this challenge. Participants must follow the rope at all times. No overtaking is allowed, they have to stay in the same order unless instructed otherwise...
|Sheep and Shepherd - In smaller teams, blindfolded team members must be guided into a pen by the shepherd giving them verbal commands. The team that pens the most amount of sheep in the quickest time, wins the challenge...
|Trust Walk - Working in pairs, blindfolded participants are led on a walk around the surrounding area or a course by their partners. This is great activity for focusing on communication skills and developing trust...
Customize your team building event by adding a TBAE's Interpersonal Skills soft skills course to your team building activity.
Interpersonal skills commonly refer to the skills a person uses when interacting with others. These skills include communication, persuasion, active listening, delegation, problem solving, decision making, stress management and leadership. Interpersonal skills in business is measured by the extent to which a person operates successfully within an organization through social interactions.
Interpersonal skills are often referred to as people skills and include a person’s confidence and ability to listen and understand. People with strong interpersonal skills are perceived as calm, confident and charismatic. They are usually successful in their personal and professional lives. Interpersonal skills can be developed by learning and practicing them.
In TBAE’s Interpersonal Skills Course, participants are taught to identify ways of creating a powerful introduction, remembering names and managing tricky situations. This course will help improve the communications skills and negotiation techniques of the participants. Participants will be given skills needed in starting conversations, moving a conversation along and progressing to higher levels of conversation.
Subjects covered in the Interpersonal Skills Course include verbal communication skills, non-verbal communication skills, making small talk, moving the conversation along, remembering names, influencing skills, bringing people to your side, sharing your opinion, negotiation basics and making an impact.
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