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Team Building Opportunities for Breakthroughs


When the engineering and construction industries have a golf event, can anyone on your team step up?  It’s an opportunity to network like no other!  Eighteen holes with 4 people together talking about life, work and having fun for an afternoon.  It’s the ideal business setting with great views and people who are relaxed, unless you’re nervous or embarrassed by your game.  This is why these Phoenix area construction firms have formed a team building group with a golf clinic and 9 holes as the activity. They invite their employees, vendors and clients to participate, and the results are astounding.


When you think team building you think about everyone pulling in the same direction and having a common purpose.  There’s trust established in a team. Encouraging words and lessons from a golf instructor are memories that last a lifetime.  Inviting golf first timers and women opens the doors for future success.   Now Imagine your employees, vendors and clients getting a day in the sunshine to learn how to play or improve their golf game.  The firms that participated in the team building golf mixer on December 1st included:


Cruz Concrete

Robert Harvey, Steve Leon, Robert Hernandez & Matthew Gaird

Cruz Concrete

 

 

Coreslab Structures

Carol Lynn, Dawn Rogers & Nicole Snyder

Coreslab Structures

 

 


Arizona Foundation Solutions

Bob Brown, Mondo Kapida, Carol Hagen,

Mike Smith, Jimmy Cages & Aaron Schlessinger

Arizona Foundation Solutions

 

 

Buesing Corporation

Kevin Somerville & Craig Rees

Buesing Corporation

 

 

Conerstone Masonry

Scott Palmer, Jim Longworth & Angelo Trujillo

Conerstone Masonry
                          
                                                                                                    

Spending time with your team, getting to know their interests, passions and what their personal and career hopes and dreams are is just the beginning. Building from these conversations can lead to breakthroughs in relationships, not to mention a better short game!


For the company, it’s a team building exercise that hones skills and says “I want you to succeed in more than just your daily work tasks”. This helps with more than morale. It will improve employee retention as well.  For your vendors, it’s saying I appreciate your contributions to our success and building a “do the right thing” attitude. They’ll call you when they spot a problem and keep information and resources flowing, For clients, it’s often a thank you. Helping them improve their game while asking how we can improve our services and project delivery.  Good relationships are how business gets done successfully.


Put all these teams together and you have a team of teams, that knows and respects representatives from the whole supply chain on your projects.  The team of teams works together as a cohesive unit, having established trust with familiar faces that are more adaptable and adept at solving problems.


If you’d like to host a team and join the circuit, contact Bob Brown.


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