Category Archives: Team building Johannesburg

Magaliesburg

Team Building  @ African Pride Mount Grace Country House & Spa

African Pride Mount Grace Country House & Spa resides in the very place where humankind took the first steps and embarked on a journey to where we are now. Along the way, inventing time. Nestled amongst the ruggedly beautiful Magaliesburg Mountains.

Team Building African Pride Mount Grace

 

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Team Building venues in and around Johannesburg

 

Team Building @ Glenburn Lodge

Situated within the newly declared World Heritage Site , the “Cradle of Humankind”, this 100 bedroom hotel, conference, wedding venue and spa is a mere 30 minutes from both Johannesburg and Pretoria.

Team Building Glenburn Lodge

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Team Building @ La’WiiDA Lodge

La’WiiDA Lodge and Conference Centre is nestled in the foothills of the majestic Schurweberg Mountains, a mere 20 minutes drive from Johannesburg and Pretoria and easily accessible by tar road.

Team Building La'WiiDA Lodge

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Team Building @ EnGedi

As the original Hebrew name suggests, EnGedi literally is an oasis. Tucked away in The Cradle of Humankind, this multi-purpose venue is focused on providing an oasis experience just for you. Be it soon-to-be newlyweds, families, friends, companies, groups, clubs or schools.

Team Building EnGedi

 

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Team Building Pretoria

What is team building all about? (Spanbou)

What is team building all about?

The goal of any team building is to work together as a team using experiential learning activities to open up communication among team members.

Experiential learning activities provide a safe environment to address problems within the team.

You can see this as a simulation of the working environment.

Some of our best pilots in the world will spend a lot of time in a flight simulator practicing foreseen and unforeseen scenarios.

This will enable the pilot to avoid mistakes that can lead to catastrophic consequences.

The question is: can we practice in a safe environment (simulator) and take this learning back to our working environment to avoid mistakes.

The answer: Yes. Through getting your team involved in a well planned team development program.

We are very fortunate in South Africa to have a big variety of team building processes that can provide quality programs.

 

Chris Kruger

 

For more information visit: http://www.infiniteteam.co.za/programs/