“A team is not a group of people who work together. A team is a group of people who trust each other.” – Simon Sinek
When the year-end holiday season rolls around, motivation is something that often begins to fizzle as thoughts of relaxing days at the beach and poolside cocktails at sunset occupy the minds of staff all over the world.
Looking forward to the festive break aside, a year of hard work and achieving organisational goals can seriously take its toll on a team’s levels of motivation.
So, we’re here to give you a three-step approach to get your team’s mojo back after a long year of hard work…
Phase 1: Assess the Situation
As doctors around the world have asked since the dawn of medical history – “what seems to be the problem?”
The first step to get your team’s mojo back is to assess the situation and see what the vibe is in your office. You might not get a true idea if you, as the boss, sit in on office canteen banter – so chat to any staff member about the general office ambiance.
Pinpoint areas of improvement for your team, such as communication or working productively as a team, and establish whether or not motivation levels are fluctuant due to the upcoming festive season or other reasons.
Once you know where your team can improve, you are ready to move on to phase two – deciding on a remedy.
Phase 2: Decide on a Remedy
On this step of getting your team’s mojo back, you’re deciding on a method of team improvement to take your team to greater heights of awesomeness!
One tried and tested technique that is as fun as it is engaging for all participants is a corporate team building
Team building courses are brilliant for getting staff members talking, working together and achieving goals that benefit the group as a whole.
Team building hosts listen to your points of concern, and devise a custom team building course that will achieve your specific preferred organisational outcomes.
Phase 3: Take Action Today
If a fun, outdoor team building adventure is EXACTLY what your team of amazing staff needs – the third and final phase of getting your team’s mojo back is to take action and book a team building outing today
“When your great players are team players, everybody else follows their lead. The best team doesn’t always win – it’s usually the team that gets along best.” – John C. Maxwell