Coporate Team Building: The Power of Many

Team BuildingThe recent snow storms are a great illustration of the power of many. When neighbors worked together, the overwhelming task of clearing snow became easier. Work goes smoother when people work together to help each other out. The same goes for the workplace. When people unite with a common vision and strategy, results improve. Factors critical to success include trust amongst the participants, clear communication and having the incentives aligned. In the snow example, neighbors working together to clear their common street have a goal of gaining access to the rest of the neighborhood. By taking different sections, neighbors are clear on how the work is to be done and when. The incentive is everyone can get out. Try this at work and you will be amazed at the power of many.” – Matt Baker, Chief Adventure Officer at Terrapin Adventures

Coporate Team Building: The Power of Many

The workplace is your arena. Your employees, your team. The way your workers interact with one another can have a big impact on the success of your business. Unfortunately, believing in the power many – the power of team work – and getting your employees to buy into the concept are two different things. This is where Terrapin Adventures can help. Experience our Corporate Team Building challenges and your group will find better, more effective ways to communicate and work with each other through a series of exciting and carefully designed Team Building activities. Our programs knock down group barriers allowing your staff to work efficiently and cohesively as a productive unit.

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