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Team Building – CCTI


The action or process of causing a group of people, usually from one organisation, to work together effectively as one unit (usually with many components), especially by means of activities and events designed to increase motivation and promote members’ cooperation.

Our Hospitality Coordinator will come up with team building icebreakers, activities and exercises help build unity, teamwork, community, and improved group dynamics. These are often challenging and require planning, problem solving, coordination, and trust.

The elements of Team Building:


Because teamwork is so critical to a business’ success, team-building activities are vital. Through team building,  CCTI intends to:

  • Build

Team-building activities can help develop trust among your employees. Trust is a critical component to business, especially when teamwork is required on a daily basis to achieve objectives and grow companies.

  • Ease Conflicts

Team-building activities can play an important role in easing conflicts between co-workers by allowing employees to bond with one another and become more accustomed to each others’ personalities. To ease conflicts, use team-building activities that allow co-workers to get to know one another on a personal level.

  • Increase Collaboration

Team-building activities can establish a stronger bond between co-workers who might blame one another when problems arise within shared business projects. This bond can help in increasing collaboration among employees during daily business activities. According to Inc. Magazine, an effective team is one with “a penchant for collaboration and a keep awareness of interdependency.” Assign team-building activities that require all employees to participate at once.

  • Effective Communication.

Through team-building activities, employees can learn how to better communicate with one another because they probably will be faced with activities that need to be solved as a group. For example, one activity could include giving one sheet of paper to each of your employees. Split your employees into two groups and ask them to compete in making the tallest structure out of the paper provided.