Generally, team building is the term for various activities, that engage a number of people (e.g. a team of employees) to cooperate, sometimes with elements of competition - like paintball, riding on quads, climbing, or other integration games. Undoubtedly, they provide its participants with great fun and allows them to spend some time in informal way - but are they actually
Another side of team building are coaching activities, which are attended to find the team progress fields, create adequate working conditions and equip their participans with necessary skills, that will increase their efficiency. Usually they come in a form of workshops (adjusted for the specific case), that help the team to develop their soft skills, like communication, providing feedback, assertiveness.
These two approaches do not have a lot in common at first glance, but it changes when you look from other perspective. On one hand, we provide activities set to common recreation - events, on the other hand - activities set to progress - trainings. In the context of planning team building activities we're always going to waggle between these two approaches.
Mniej więcej na środku znajduje się oferowany przez nas “mądry team building”, w którym łączymy podejście coachingowe i eventowe zapewniając zespołom warunki do rozwoju poprzez wspólną zabawę i refleksję. Czyli wszystko, co najlepsze.