Team Building and Team Bonding
Build a Long-Lasting Team with Team Building Exercises and Team Bonding Activities
Any employer will tell you that there is more to effective team building than tossing together a group of talented individuals. Building trust and developing bonds are part of a detailed process. Adeeta is here to expedite the process through fun exercises and team bonding activities.
Benefits of Team Building and Team Bonding with Adeeta
Team building brings your workplace together by encouraging teamwork and collaboration between employees. Adeeta’s Team Building Sessions help team members work towards a common goal and strengthen their bond as a group!
Adeeta’s Team Building Sessions
Adeeta provides a comprehensive plan custom-tailored to your company’s needs. You can anticipate the following features in your customized team services:
- Feedback Sessions on Assessment Reports for Each Individual Employee
- Employee, Manager, and/or Team Group Feedback
- Behavioral Styles and Driving Forces (Team Members Learn About Each Other’s Strengths and Weaknesses)
- Development Plans for Better Team Rapport
- Communication Improvement Sessions for Individuals, Teams, or Management
Need a Boost? Try Adeeta Team Boosting and Virtual Team Bonding Activities!
A happy team is a strong team. Boost team morale with Adeeta team building programs! Ask Adeeta about our variety of levels based upon pricing options.
- Morale Boosting Events or Activities
- Virtual, Face to Face, or Blended Options (Everyone can participate, regardless of location.)
- Lighthearted Team Bonding You Don’t Have to Plan, Organize, or Execute
- Virtual Team Boosting Activities Available During COVID-19
Why Choose Team Bonding Services for Your Company?
Looking for creative opportunities to encourage team members to understand each other better? Team strengthening has been proven to work for businesses large and small because it focuses on the individuals who make up the company.
1. Improve Performance. If you come from a workplace that encourages group work, the performance of each individual will improve after participating in team building exercises. These activities help employees understand one another’s strengths and weaknesses.
2. Introduce Competition. Competition is a great tool, as long as it is used correctly. Encouraging lighthearted competition between team members creates bonding opportunities and the potential for team members to challenge each other to do more for the benefit of the whole.
3. Foster Collaboration. You want your team to feel comfortable sharing ideas and communicating constructive feedback. Teambuilding exercises help employees learn how to speak each other’s “languages,” and communicate effectively.
What Our Clients Are Saying
When you call Adeeta, Lola and her staff are all about providing the best possible outcome for your staffing issue. Lola and her team evaluate the best approach to filling a position, suggest a course of action and implement an effective staffing solution. I have personally found Lola’s experience in the local market place to be invaluable. She is knowledgeable, efficient, and professional. She is a true business partner. I would highly recommend using Adeeta with Lola at the helm. Frankly, I don’t use any other staffing company. I don’t need to.
Pat D., Human Resources Manager
(Major construction firm) New Orleans, LA
I think ADEETA is the best! The team there is super responsive and we love the candidates that they send us. The temps we have gotten for our short term needs and the candidates we have gotten for our direct hire needs have all been wonderful, skilled, smart, motivated, and professional. I can’t say enough good things about ADEETA!
Angela O’Byrne, President
PEREZ, APC, New Orleans, LA
Lola Lass and the staff at Adeeta have always taken the time to understand our needs so that they can provide the candidate that best fits our culture, as well as the skill set for the position. We have been extremely happy with Adeeta’s responsiveness and professionalism. They always make me feel that my request is the most important item on their “to do” list.