Experiences of Cooperation, beyond teamwork

DINÁMICA DE GRUPO

Did you know that teamwork is the key to business success?

On October 20, we had the pleasure of having Guillermo Agazzi, Human Resources Consultant and management trainer, who gave us a series of experiences aimed at improving our teamwork skills.

Skills such as listening, communication and creativity were worked on by all attendees.

All the members of the group had a common goal: to achieve the different challenges proposed by Guillermo.

In order to achieve the objectives of the challenge, we not only had to appoint a leader, but also respect his or her decision making, of course there were different points of view, but finally thanks to listening, communication and coordination we achieved the objectives set.

Eighty percent of the time we were physically active, doing fun activities that were accompanied by music, we were not sitting around looking at a screen and watching a speaker talk. They were very dynamic experiences.

The cooperative experiences had few instructions and left plenty of room for us to use our creativity and give the best of ourselves to achieve the challenges proposed by Guillermo.

Games such as going over a bridge without touching the water, untangling ourselves from an infinite rope (group dynamics called “The human knot”) or making a rectangle while blindfolded were some of the experiences that required a high level of coordination.

In addition, we conducted a Kahoot with a variety of questions using the cell phone to play.

In this photo we see our friend Marina, as the winner of the game.

All group dynamics were created using concepts from Neuroscience, Psychology, Coaching and various theories of motivation and behavior.

The purpose of the activities was to build leadership, break the ice between members and of course to encourage teamwork.

We challenged limits, assumed new limitations, focused, concentrated and flowed for 4 hours, achieving a state of satisfaction and euphoria at the end of the final challenge that we are still remembering while smiling.

Eighty percent of the time we were physically active, doing fun activities that were accompanied by music, we were not sitting around looking at a screen and watching a speaker talk. They were very dynamic experiences.

 

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