people are the most valuable
assets of any organisation. people - humans - have been created with
the capacity to achieve beyond boundaries, but, the catch is that not
everyone comes close to unleashing their latent potential. why so, you
may ask? does playing games during team building sessions help?
oftentimes, mentoring and
support is essential for a person to realise his potential. each individual’s
ability to learn and change, and to subsequently put more energy into
their work, very much stems from how they feel about themselves. an
environment where people feel valued and capable is an environment that
fosters growth - and is poised for success.
any organisation intent
on success should be mindful about grooming leaders and their teams,
nurturing individuals and creating synergy among individuals and between
teams. every individual must be empowered with skills that would directly
influence their job scope, as well as skills that build camaraderie
across job scopes.
playing games (or team
building activities) helps participants relax and intearct with their
team mates without inhibitions. this is the first step to learning -
participants are usually receptive to ideas during team building sessions
as they are more relaxed.