Then these individual pyramids were connected to other teams.
This ensured cooperation and collaboration across adjacent teams and provided a forum for integrating resources and skills.
The Pyramid stands a s a reminder that teamwork and togetherness, not silo mentality are key to Kingfisher success.
The members of the Executive Management team of a global multi-cultural firm are all very successful in the position they defend, but as a strong, aligned Executive Management team they are quite weak.
The next exercise was a team building session with all members.
They were asked questions like: Cornelia showed the team analysis and explained how different, and sometimes similar, styles create strengths and opportunities, while they can also cause tensions or miscommunications.
This helped all team members to better understand the group dynamics.
As building trust is one of the key stages of team development, Cornelia accomplished this by creating an understanding of the different team member’s styles and behaviors.
A major furniture manufacturing company asked us to create a unique and memorable team building challenge for 400 of their independent dealer sales representatives with a surprise element.
Their independent reps are in different regions of the US and Canada so we created a team competition representing each region and corporate.