Practical Team Building

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Experiential learning is valuable, but a metaphor isn’t necessary. Find practical work examples to promote team unity. Development of an organizational structure, team interviewing, or team presentations with a great deal of pressure — like a senior management or client audience — can build the fiber of a strong team much more effectively (and less costly) than contrived experiential learning exercises.

Dealing with the fear of high altitude rope walking might prepare a team for a tough presentation. But, doing a tough presentation is a much more direct way to develop these skills.

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Jim Canterucci

I don't know everything. But I want to. The focus of our firm, Transition Management Advisors, is to develop leadership capabilities to create a championship culture, generate innovation, and successfully lead the resulting changes.

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