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Introduction to Team Building

Introduction to Team Building


Team Building is a specific intervention to address the development of the team. Typically, it consists of a one (or more) day program focused on the improvement of interpersonal relations, improved productivity or better alignment of organizational goals” ( Kreik & Vent or,2009)

Team building is an OD intervention aimed at enhancing team relationships to foster team planning and team performance through selected models of team building and facilitated by the use of tailored OD exercises and tools. (Personal)

As much as the success of a team-building intervention strongly lies within the competency of the facilitator and his tools, the outcome truly lies in the organization’s ability to identify the need to transcend into higher performance to achieve greater goals as a team rather than fathom individualistic achievements. The OD Consultant herein has a role to bring to the fore, enough dissatisfaction in the current state of the organization through data collection to warrant the needed change effort.

In facilitating the Team Building intervention, the OD Practitioner needs to stay conscious of the adult learning strategies to present an introduction in a way that creates an immediate striking realization of the relevance of the intervention to the organization.


Organizational interventions are basically based on the outcomes of an Organisational Capacity Assessment.

With due regard to analyzed organizational data, Team Building is often recommended as an expedient intervention in organizations whose capacity assessment indicates a less than satisfactory representation in relationships, reward systems, and leadership.

It may also be used as an effective intervention in strengthening and enhancing the performance of a mature organization. Its relevance may also be recommended where an organization seeks to set up a new team.

Effective Team Building is achieved via a variety of Organisational Development(OD) tools, models, and processes. This may range from simple bonding exercises to complex simulations designed to develop the team into a sustainable healthy and high-performing setup.

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