A team is defined by its leader. A strong team leader knows how to lead his team in the right direction and through ups and downs. He will protect his team and fight for the rights of his teammates if required. A good team will therefore have a leader at the helm who will know when to indulge or discipline the members.

Open Line of Communication

A strong team is never afraid of dissent. Rather, diverse opinions are taken as signs of maturity and encouraged wholeheartedly. Team members are expected to participate actively in discussions regarding assignments and pool in with their own research. Healthy debate is a regular part of such a team where members look forward to learning from each other.

Disciplined yet Informal Atmosphere

Teaching team members how to be happy is an essential part of Team Building Activities. It is only when your employees are happy and comfortable with each other can they function smoothly as a team.

Mutual Respect

A team that is capable of achieving something significant has members that are mutually respectful of each other. They are matured people who understand and appreciate the value of great team work. They know that nothing can be achieved individually and they always value the strength and skills of their fellow teammates.

Equal Recognition

It is common for human nature to crave recognition and a good team acknowledges the fact. Here, each member is recognized for individual contribution with personalized reference. Nobody hogs the limelight for himself/herself. The success of the team is attributed to the meaningful contributions made by all the members. (Similarly, the failure of the team is shared by all instead of pinpointing individuals and reprimanding them openly).

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