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Team Building

Teambuilding to reach the top

Introduction

Experiential training aimed at recognising the fundamentals of teamwork, developing feelings of belonging and trust and boosting commitment among team members with the ultimate aim of improving the team's performance.

A “Human Castle” workshop is held where participants experience and contextualise the need to “pull together” through emotions and physical contact.

Who it's aimed at?

Organisational units and/or project teams from companies where process-based work is vital for their success. 

Training goal and content

Learning the basics of setting up and developing work teams and the keys to their success, as well as identifying behaviours that help to achieve results. Developing initiative, commitment, flexibility, resource management, communication and trust.

    • Introduction
    • Differences between a working group and a high-performance team
    • The critical skills of a high-performance team.
    • Active experimentation  
    • Debriefing of the experience based on the “hard” and “soft” elements that have led to success
    • The Tuckman and Jensen model: Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, Adjourning
    • Three key questions: What are we good at? What are we bad at? What should we stop doing?
    • Producing the team's “Gold Card”.

The Activity

Just 2 km from the training classroom we visit Cal Figarot, the historical site of the Castellers de Vilafranca, the most successful "castellers" or human castle group this century. There, the “casteller” teaches participants the basic techniques of building human castles so that the team will be able to build their own. In the case of small groups without enough people to build a castle, the visit can be arranged to coincide with an evening practice of the “castellers” members and participants can watch and learn the secrets of this astonishing example of teamwork and join in the "piña" or base of the castle.

The Castellet activity is totally safe and our specialists guarantee the participants' safety at all times. Insurance is also included for each participant. 

Subsequently, with the help of a consultant, we reflect on what we've seen and identify those behaviours that have helped us to achieve our goal.

We then analyse how such behaviours can be applied to our work.

Venue

Hotel Mas Tinell boasts unique architecture inspired by the wineries and vineyards of the Penedès and with a beautiful Gaudiesque mosaic roof. This is a charming rural hotel providing top quality services and the venue for the theoretical session of the training.

Duration

1 day but it can be extended to two (especially if the aim is to coincide with a "casteller" practice).

Personnel

2 coaches

Languages

Spanish, Catalan, English.

 

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