Corporate Training Programme
Through 'TeamUP', teams learn to operate efficiently and develop positive team spirit simultaneously. In the long run, these teams will work more productively and cohesively to deliver better business results.
'TeamUP' programme draws on established team development models such as Patrick Lencioni's Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Bruce Tuckman's Stages of team Development and uses the Game For Life (GFL) framework. GFL achieved its recognition as one of the Most Innovative Project Award at the Public Service 21 ExCEL Awards 2014.
By mirroring sporting situations, participants will learn and apply traits and behaviors of a high performing team.
Supporting Framework and Theories
Game For Life Framework
Tuckman's Team Development Model
Patrick Lencioni's 5 Dysfunctions of a Team
In order to customise the programme to suit your organisational needs, participants will first respond to an online survey. This enables the facilitator to gauge the team dynamics and identify areas to focus on. Thereafter, through playing sports, participants will learn about team development through role play, engage in team conversation and undergo reflective practices.
Through 'TeamUP', participants will be able to:
- Understand and demonstrate traits of an effective team
- Understand the stages of team development and team dynamics
- Cultivate productive work relationships in workplace
Types of Sport:
- Touch Rugby
- Ultimate Frisbee
- Netball & more
You can download a copy of 'TeamUP' brochure here.
Sport Singapore conducted a pilot with a few Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in 2014. You can download the Impact Analysis Report here.
Email our consultant if you decide to sign up today.