Building a team takes a lot of work. Leadership Vision has spent years figuring out how to create Strengths Based Teams. From simple, fun activities that give everyone a voice, to the hard work of thinking through the nuances of building a strong team. We’ve developed a model that will help your team operate fully engaged.
Below you will find several of our favorite activities for developing your Strengths and the Strengths of your team through interactive activities and questions.
Below are some of the best team building activities we’ve found to help explain, understand, and visualize the 34 Themes of Strength. Not only do they help team members understand one another, but they provide valuable insight to the individual as well.
When working in a team environment, one of the hardest things to do is work on that team. Often we get so bogged down by the tasks of the day, we don’t take time to focus on what makes us strong, what frustrates us, or where we could learn from others. This is why we love team building activities around Strengths! Here are three reasons why what we do with teams is so helpful to all teams for exploring Strengths.
There will come time when it is your turn to lead. Maybe your skills are highly tuned to a particular set of circumstances . Or perhaps you have your hands in a variety of things – helping team members with several tasks. Keep reading to learn about an easy team building activity that will provide examples of your Strengths when they are on and when they are on the sidelines.
How much time do you spend communicating? Probably a lot. It’s critical to working on any team. Here is a simple activity to help your team communicate better.
When working on a team, collaboration is often difficult to achieve. Different personalities, backgrounds and expectations, complicate how to best work together. However, when a team is built on a foundation of strength, each member knows exactly their role and plays it in a generous way. We collaborate because the greater the team diversity, the […]
Sometimes team building activities make me cringe. Trust falls, ropes courses or anything that involves talking about my feelings with people I barely know, isn’t exactly a productive way to utilize the time during an off site. At Leadership Vision, we have spent time thinking about how we could combine the language and philosophy of […]