Team building away days have been an important aspect of corporate group development for many years. Vibrant Thinking’s team dynamics workshops offer something a little bit different.
Our energising team building sessions are specifically designed to refresh participants and allow them to see things from entirely new perspectives.
Within carefully structured pottery painting workshops, we use visualisation techniques rather than verbalisation of viewpoints as a powerful way of communicating. This is the starting point to changing and improving team dynamics. A visual representation of how a challenge or vision for a business is often understood by others much faster than a verbal articulation.
Using pottery painting to visually represent perspectives and ideas is a natural way to achieve equal interaction between the group in terms of introverts and extroverts or senior and junior staff members.
Our team dynamics pottery painting workshops can be tailored for both new and established corporate teams, from sharing important introductory information about each other to illustrate character traits, through to groups identifying key strengths and core skills in others to develop new methods for tackling day to day working challenges.
A typical exercise may involve an initial discussion about how your team currently operates before creating a visual representation of how each team member fits into the bigger picture – in many ways like designing your own team jigsaw to establish ways of strengthening team understanding and respective roles.
Bespoke workshops created to fit the brief from your organisation.
Facilitated sessions to ensure your objectives for the day are delivered.
Improving how your team works together and their ability to use creative problem solving in the work place.
A boost for employee mental wellbeing and resilience, their value to the team and pride in their work.
A visual ‘take away’ reminder – not a piece of paper that gets filed – as a mental cue to connect back to the session objectives and outcomes.