What Team Building in Sport offers the Business World!

Posted on Jan 1, 2000  | Posted in



Is your Life Ambition to be GM of the Year?

Great Sports Teams have always had great General Managers. Is your life ambition to be GM of the year? The metaphor of a sports team "GM" really is about the people who build teams from the ground up. The sometimes need to retool teams on a budget. Most of the time though they are handed a team and they have to make it work with only a few changes. That is the sign of a great GM. And most of the times these great ones understand how to create environments where this can be accomplished. The GM's I have known use emotional intelligence to build their teams. So if you would like to understand how you can get the most from the people you work with, then see what team building in sports will do for you. If you head a project, a business unit or the entire company, you want that title of GM of the Year, because it means your efforts are creating meaningful relationships, products and reputations. I think many of the components of a team building program used in sports can be critical to businesses and there are things that offer transference to the business world.

Team BuiTeam Building with the mental gamelding for Businesses, Non Profits and Direct Sales Organizations.

Let me show you why the sports world offers you great insight into how your organization can function at the highest levels, even under pressure. Great teams and GM’s create an atmosphere that instills Cooperation and Cohesion even in a competitive work environment. Not every team starts with good chemistry, but every team can have it. Every wonder why people who played on sports teams miss them so much? What if you could create a corporate culture that no one ever wanted to leave? Let me help get your organization moving in the right direction. Respect, admiration, discipline, cohesion and even competition are all attributes of good teams.

A competitive environment is not in opposition to a good working environment. Respect and Cohesion are easier to achieve when missions and goals are clearly defined. Learn how to utilize everyone’s emotional intelligence to further your organizations mission. The secret however is how to succeed through both cooperative and competitive environments. If you think about a football or soccer team players must work together to succeed while at the same time compete for playing time with their team mates. Good teams thrive in this competitive environment. In the corporate / business world employees find themselves working on projects or in teams where they must both cooperate and compete with others. Learning to thrive in this pressurized environment can have great effects on an organization.

Every wonder why people that played on sports teams miss them so much? What if you could create aTeam Building with Mike Margolies corporate culture that no one ever wanted to leave? Let The Mental Game help get your organization moving in the right direction. Respect, admiration, discipline, cohesion and even competition are all attributes of good teams. A competitive environment is not in opposition to a good working environment. Respect and Cohesion are easier to achieve when missions and goals are clearly defined. Learn how to utilize everyone’s emotional intelligence to further your organizations mission. These activities are fun, intellectually stimulating and can have a tremendously positive effect on your company or organizations direction. Events are flexible and designed to work with you mission statement and goals.

Team building events and presentations for all types of non-sport organizations are a valuable way to understand this dynamic. I have programs that will blend into your event or I can put an event on for you. Most Team Building workshops offer insights into how a team succeeds through cooperation and many organizations play down the competitive nature of the business environment, yet this is the reality for most organizations. Promotions, project selection and salary are dependent on being competitive. Building Competitive Cooperative Teams is critical to an organizations success. Using team building with emotional intelligence can take you a long way to earning the title of “GM of the Year”

   

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