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We build Teams for you

Getting people to work together is one of the biggest challenges in management.

Symptoms of failed teams

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Resentment in teams refers to a deep-seated feeling of bitterness, anger, or indignation that team members harbor towards each other or the team as a whole. This negative emotion can arise due to various reasons and can have detrimental effects on team dynamics, productivity, and overall morale.

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Refusal to cooperate

Refusal to cooperate in a team refers to a situation where one or more team members consciously choose not to collaborate, contribute, or work together towards common goals and objectives. This behavior can stem from various factors and can have serious repercussions on team performance and dynamics.

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Lack of motivation

Lack of motivation in teams refers to a situation where team members exhibit low levels of enthusiasm, engagement, and drive towards their work and team goals. This can manifest in various ways and can significantly impact team performance, productivity, and overall morale.

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Misconception about team building #1

Mistaking Team Bonding
as Team Building

Team building is a systematic process of bringing disparate individuals together and enabling them to work together to achieve common goals while Team Bonding are physical activities that distract people from real problems. 

Misconception about team building #2

Delaying Team Building

Many organizations think can problems will go away when they leave it alone. Instead, delaying Team Building can hinder productivity, communication, and collaboration. It may lead to increased misunderstandings, lack of trust, and reduced morale, impacting overall team performance and hindering organizational success. At certain point it is not recoverable when the work culture has turned toxic.

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How much can a failed team cost you?

Low productivity can cost your organizations USD 20,000 – 100,000 monthly depending on your company size, type and industry.

Ignoring problems doesn’t make them vanish; instead, they tend to escalate, potentially reaching a critical point where they jeopardize team goals. Addressing issues promptly is crucial to prevent complications and maintain a healthy and productive team environment.

How can
help you?

With two decades of experience, many industry awards and experienced trainers, we can help bring you build a high performance team.

Our Unique Methodology

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Using Science and Research

Conflicts often arise from a lack of self-awareness and awareness of others’ perspectives. The Center for Building Teams employs scientific methods like psychometrics to facilitate understanding among team members, fostering better communication and conflict resolution skills.

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Creating an Organization Effective Quotient (OEQ)

The Organization Effectiveness Quotient (OEQ) encapsulates the fundamental components essential for a thriving team. It comprises five crucial elements: Common Goals, Roles and Boundaries, Workflow and Processes, Trust, and Leadership. These elements collectively form the foundation of a successful and highly functional team within an organization.

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Creating psychologically safe space

The erosion of trust leads to a dysfunctional team. Center for Building Teams specializes in rebuilding trust within teams through targeted strategies, fostering open communication, collaboration, and a positive team culture. Trust is foundational, and our approach ensures teams thrive with restored confidence, harmony, and shared goals.

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You can’t go wrong with IDENTI3. Trusted by more than 2,000 companies worldwide

Face-to-face or Remote?

Not a single dull moment!

How we conduct our team building

  • Highly interactive
  • Mature in approach (no silly games)
  • Use of psychometrics and diagnostic instruments to provide a qualitative and scientific approach
  • Scenario based learning 
  • Problem solving cases
  • Use of real-life studies and role play
  • Relate activities back to problems at work
  • Group discussion and project work
  • One-to-one coaching

Team Building for DBSchenker in Hakodate, Japan

Team Building for Expolink, Bangkok, Thailand

Team Building for Koelnmesse Singapore

Visioning Exercise for Burger King

Team Building for Ansync Group of companies

Hear from our clients

Steve Matsumura, General Manager, Cengage Learning, Japan

It is very good and well-organised for 2 days. Trainers handled the activities very well. The Style of training was very good. It was not forceful or pushy.


The entire team enjoyed the activities, and to see their personal profile was an eye opener for many of them. 
At the very least there is now a better understanding of each other, and the dynamics within the teams and the entire office.”


Our Team had an awesome time during yesterday’s session. It was extremely insightful and useful as a tool for us to better our work and people relationships


The Team Building session has helped me understand my team members, their inclination, values and preferences.

We know what organizations ask for

Your typical Return-On-Investment (ROI)

We understand your concern regarding your investment in team building events. You seek tangible results like enhanced teamwork, improved communication, and increased productivity to justify the resources allocated to such initiatives.

Click on the following to find out how team building by Center for Building Teams can turn things around.

Curated content

Choose from 0.5 to 2.0 days

Module One (0.5 Day) – Self-Awareness

Creating awareness that team members are individuals with specific strengths and weaknesses, and build trust among one another.

  • Use of Psychometric Profiling
  • Introduction to blindspots
  • Understanding team members are different from us
  • Understanding communication preferences
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Module Two (0.5 Day) – Building Trust

Further enhancing of team collaboration by explaining each other’s Strengths

  • Understanding the dynamics of the team 
  • Learn how to leverage one another’s strengths through IDENTI3 types 
  • Collaboration through experiential activities

*Module 2 follows right after module 1

Module Three (0.5 Day) – Organization Effectiveness Quotient (OEQ)

Identifying organization’s dysfunction and alignment

  • Aligning organizational vision and personal objectives
  •  Identifying dysfunction within organization and teams
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Module Four (0.5 Days) – Common Vision

Creating an Enlightened Team for your organization

  • Team members learn to grow together and understand how each plays a role that contributes to the organization’s goals. 
  • Dealing with change and evolving to become an integrated part of the team’s daily function.

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