Team & Trust Building
Take your team to the next level by building trust
The Beyond the Box ™ Team Building Workshop offers unique creative strategies to help your team:
Build trust and promote more open communications
Solve problems together – creatively and efficiently
Understand values shared by colleagues
Consider the bigger picture
Know each other better as people
Facilitate openness to new ideas
Your team is your biggest asset
The people in your organization need to work as a team to respond to internal and external challenges, achieve common objectives, solve problems collaboratively, and communicate openly and effectively. In successful teams, people work better together because they trust each other. Productivity improves and business prospers.
The Beyond the Box Difference: Building Winning Teams is a Fine Art
If we are to have an edge over our competitors, in any field, we have to use our imagination to think differently. Beyond the Box™ training strengthens our capacity for original thinking in an atmosphere that is playful, fun and non-judgmental.
The Beyond the Box Unique Trust Building Exercises and Workshops Guarantee
Each of our team building exercises and workshops will generate concrete changes in the corporate creative process. Our program is delivered in a safe, open environment, one that is without fear of judgment or criticism and which goes to the heart of these questions.
“55 strangers in the Rotman Executive MBA opened up and set the stage for cohesive working teams.”
Beyond the Box is a great program for team building. It allowed 55 strangers in our Executive MBA program to open up to each other and set the stage for building a cohesive class and effective working teams. We will use the program again.Jim Fisher
Past Associate Dean
The Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
Resolving Conflict By Building a Positive Workplace
Beyond the Box ™ Two-day workshop. The first priority was to clear the air and open communications all round in a safe and open environment. Facilitators used role-playing situations where negative emotions could be expressed without fear of reprisal. This helped them begin to speak from the heart in a setting in which every voice was given the opportunity to be heard.
They learned skills for seeing things from different perspectives, which opened them up to recognizing other viewpoints. They participated in ‘circles’, where people began to understand each other better, not just as co-workers or employees or managers, but also as humans.