This workshop explores Human Connectedness to promote positive relationships between the individual and the team. Through the process strong support structures are established, creating a reservoir of newly unified leaders within the company.
Creative ideas and co-operation with one another establishes a constructive, progressive team atmosphere that overflows into the environment, everyday work and productivity of the organisation.
A better you for a better team
It is a human truth that we all feel the need to belong, to know how we ‘fit in’. Employees perform better and are more likely to work for the greater good of their company when they are able to work together in an open, connected and transparent environment.
In an age where people and companies promote self-awareness in themselves and their teams, the message of TEAM UNITY sometimes gets lost. For an effective team, all individuals must collaborate and work in an independent and yet interdependent state. In order to truly achieve this, all team members must be connected.
The aim of this workshop is to:
-Better understand that what you do affects others
-Better understand that what you do affects you, good or bad
-Better understand one’s individual identity
-Better understand how all are connected
Key word for the process is: CONNECTEDNESS
Four pillars of the workshop: Safe, Connected, Individual, Engaged
Four tools of the workshop: Body sensations, Emotional Intelligence, Consciousness, Unity
Why is the CONNECTEDNESS between the team members so important in an organisation? The words of Andrew Carnegie probably explains it best:
“The only irreplaceable capital an organization possesses is the knowledge and ability of its people. The productivity of that capital depends on how effectively people share their competence with those who can use it.”
Every organisation is a collective of people involving a complex interplay of relationships and hierarchy. A team is not a team without team spirit, and every organisation, no matter how big or small needs a ‘soul’ (the size of the inner strength possessed by the group), a ‘soul’ embodiment, and an inner strength or drive. This encourages productivity and helps to develop the group’s full potential.