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What is Team Building 

Team Building is the process of creating a strong team that works cohesively towards a common goal through connecting and building bonds.

Team building improves communication, planning skills, motivation and collaboration among employees. In addition, teams develop skills such as proper planning and the ability to resolve problems and conflicts. In the long term, with team building, team members build meaningful relationships and can deepen their discussions with each other.

The fun activities included in team building help to see each other from a different perspective. As a result, a connection is created, which is subsequently transferred to the workplace.

The goal, is to have a close-knit team and a good working environment that will help increase productivity.

10 reasons why “team building” is essential for sales teams:

1. Networking, socializing and deepening relationships

Socializing and making friends in the workplace is one of the best ways to increase productivity. Not only does it raise the mood for work, but additionally through deepening relationships a more intimate environment is created, which helps employees perform better.

2. Teamwork and enhancing team performance

Team building activities also help improve results in projects that involve teamwork, as teams better understand each other. Through these activities, employees better understand each other’s strengths, weaknesses and interests. This helps them to work together even better for future development which is vital for a company. When everyone contributes their best, it sets the tone for a positive work mentality. Every team is different and each individual has something unique to contribute. If each team member realizes their individual potential, the team will also be able to realize its collective potential.

3. Competition

Competition has been shown to increase productivity. By channeling this increased productivity into a fun team building activity, teams can bond more effectively than with other methods. Learning to work well with each other can take some time… But it’s amazing how quickly teams can come together when there is motivation to win!

4. Celebration, team spirit, fun and motivation

Just as all the sports teams in the world celebrate their victory, celebrate and have fun craving the next victory, so it is with TeamBonding. The celebration, cheering and joy that accompanies each event can motivate employees to take their work to the next level!

5. Communication and better collaboration

Not surprisingly, communication and better collaboration are the top reasons why companies choose team building. Everyone wants a friendly work environment. Everyone wants to be comfortable and happy to chat and collaborate with anyone. Also, team building can be a part of a brainstorming meeting. There each member will mention ways and tools they use in their daily work. Probably in this way he can inspire his colleagues.

6. Strengthening the corporate culture

Corporate culture is the values, rules, goals and attitude of any company. Simply put, it defines the work environment and makes up the “personality” of the company.

Regularly scheduled team building events can improve company culture. They can create a working environment where the wishes and needs of employees are understood. Sometimes, the culture of management does not match that of the employees. Then, finding a middle ground is an important step in creating a more positive work environment.

7. Valuing employees

Team building events make employees feel that their hard work is appreciated. That it doesn’t go unnoticed. It shows them that the company cares about them and recognizes their efforts by rewarding them with a fun activity that the whole team can enjoy together.

8. Bridges between departments

Relationships between employees in a department aren’t the only ones that matter when it comes to building a stronger team. The “team” doesn’t have to be limited to the sales team or the marketing team. All of the teams that make up a business are important and need to work together in harmony. Team building will certainly bring departments closer together, encourage cross-functional collaboration and benefit the company as a whole by increasing productivity.

9. Unlock leadership potential with Team Building

In a more relaxed and creative environment, we often discover that employees have hidden skills that aren’t apparent in the office. Leaders can emerge in the simplest of activities! Regularly scheduled team building events can fuel employee confidence in the workplace. Possibly the quiet, new employee is the ideal person to inspire their peers and with the right mentor, development opportunities and encouragement could be the company’s next up-and-coming leader.

10. Improved loyalty and morale

Team building can create camaraderie, making employees more enthusiastic about their work. It can encourage them to become more comfortable approaching each other. Have fun and return to work refreshed. It can also give them something in common to talk about outside of work. Break down communication barriers and work together more effectively. Most importantly, employees are able to take the skills they learn from these events such as creativity, strategic thinking, quick adaptation and collaboration with their colleagues and apply them to their daily tasks.

The Silent or Grand Resignation

The Silent or Grand Resignation 2560 1707 groundbranding

The Silent or Grand Resignation is a topic that has been a major concern in the business world in recent years. Particularly during and after the covid era the frequency with which people leave their jobs has increased rapidly.

This new condition is causing great concern within organisations. First, because they are losing competent staff who are difficult to replace and then because it is costing them both in money and quality. It is really damaging to lose an executive who is competent, fits the culture and performs at his or her best. The time that needs to be allocated to the recruitment and training processes for the new employee may be far more costly than if the existing person received a generous raise or was rewarded with some form of bonus scheme.

HR experts attribute the great resignation movement to the pandemic. Everyone was so engrossed in their daily lives that they hardly noticed if and to what extent they were happy and genuinely happy in their jobs, both with that very subject matter and with the environment in which they spent most of their day. With the pandemic, the balance was upset on both a personal and professional level.

But what is the real reason for the major resignation? Surprisingly, it has been observed that salary is not a primary criterion for employees to leave. The frequency of leaving is shaped by many different factors. The top five factors are:

The toxic culture

Job insecurity


High levels of innovation

Failure to recognise performance

Poor response to COVID-19.

There is also the view that the sources of employee dissatisfaction revolve around three fundamental characteristics that are common to every human being:

Needs, values and purpose.

The toxic work environment is by far the real cause of resignation as presented in the research completed to date. Some behaviors reported as toxic corporate culture by employees are: disrespect, imbalance, non-inclusion and even immorality. A person whose values do not match or conflict with management’s values is unlikely to remain in a work environment that he or she does not value for long.

Something also related to toxicity in the workplace is work-life balance. Particularly in the Greek work reality, there are no appropriate employee support programs that can give direction to the individual employee facing related difficulties.

The questions that arise from all of the above are threefold.

How will HR managers manage to reduce the phenomenon of high resignation?

How ready are they to adapt to the new situation with innovative ideas and actions?

How quickly can they absorb all this change?

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