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Team Building

Fleming Business Interests partners with you through the process of improving collective performance within your organization. The foundation of good teamwork is having a shared commitment to a common purpose. Without this, all other forms of team building will have limited impact. You can count on us to exhibit objectivity and excellence when designing your team building strategy!


Our services include:

       
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Team Structure Analysis

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Communication Style Analysis via Industry Tools like DiSC Profile

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Customized Team Building Programs

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Creating Effective Team Methodology

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On-Site Meetings / Off-Site Workshops

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Short-term & Long-term Team Development

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One & Two day Events (Certified Facilitators for Pumping the Colors)

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360-Degree Reviews / Team-Health Checks / Performance Management

       


Fleming Business Interests specializes in working with teams as they identify their current Team Dynamics. The review of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team is a critical first step. We then take the next step with you in adapting the key characteristics of basic team building. Your teams will be provided the tools to cultivate and achieve exceptional results utilizing the common qualities and characteristics that currently exist.

  

FBI understands that Team Building is not just a single event (though events do play a part), nor is it something that can be done solely by someone outside the team, however utilizing outside consultants is recommended. Team Building is a task primarily for the team manager and the team members themselves.

    

There is a basic eight step methodology at FBI that directs the Team Building Process.

1.  Have definite session and longer-term goals and know how the session goals lead to the longer term ones.

2.  Use an engaging and varied base activity that involves each participant doing something that he or she enjoys.

3.  Use an activity that achieves that engagement while having genuine parallels to the workplace and has relevance with the session goals.

4.  Select an activity that requires the same kind of skill sets and team approaches that are needed at work - albeit one that is removed from the work itself.

5.  Using an independent facilitator (outside the client company) - to allow all levels to join in as equals and to avoid it feeling like a "sermon from above".

6.  Debrief using a predefined process that highlights the workplace parallels and allows the participants to extract their own learning rather than be preached to.

7.  Use a proven mechanism to transfer the learning back to the workplace, ideally integrated within the debriefing process itself.

8.  Create and implement follow up coaching for Team Leadership.


       
 
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