Team­Buil­ding

Our team-buil­dings pre­sent you and your col­leagues with unusu­al chal­len­ges and enab­le you to have inten­si­ve expe­ri­en­ces tog­e­ther. The pro­gram­me is desi­gned in con­sul­ta­ti­on with a qua­li­fied trai­ner accord­ing to your indi­vi­du­al goals and ide­as. If you wish, a reflec­tion on the team­work can fol­low. Com­bi­ne your com­pa­ny outing or your team event with a varied team training!

In the fol­lowing we pre­sent a short excerpt of the various possibilities:

Inter­ac­tion tasks & coope­ra­ti­on tasks

With inter­ac­tion and coope­ra­ti­on tasks, the solu­ti­on is often not obvious at first. The­se tasks/problems are chal­len­ging and can usual­ly only be sol­ved through com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on and joint plan­ning. For examp­le, they can be lar­ger con­struc­tion pro­jects that requi­re teams to inter­act per­sist­ent­ly and thus pro­mo­te pro­blem-sol­ving skills. Depen­ding on the objec­ti­ve and level of dif­fi­cul­ty, they are well sui­ted to illus­tra­te coope­ra­ti­on or roles in the team.

Trust exer­ci­ses

Trust exer­ci­ses are desi­gned to deepen trust among par­ti­ci­pants. It is par­ti­cu­lar­ly sui­ta­ble for buil­ding on exis­ting trust.

Low-rope ele­ments

Low-rope ele­ments con­sist of tasks on the rope or slack­li­ne at jum­ping height and do not requi­re any addi­tio­nal safe­ty. The exer­ci­ses focus on team coope­ra­ti­on and/or per­so­nal deve­lo­p­ment. In par­ti­cu­lar, com­pe­ten­ces such as com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on skills and posi­ti­ve social beha­viour are made visi­ble and promoted.

Reflec­tion and transfer

If desi­red, beha­viour during the exer­ci­ses can be reflec­ted upon so that a refe­rence to ever­y­day working life can be estab­lis­hed. The methods cho­sen for this vary, depen­ding on the need and desi­red intensity.

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