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Team Building Videos

We have compiled some team building videos that will help you and your team understand the importance of team building and how to help your team go from good to great.


Team Building Video 1

Make sure you know what makes a team work.


This video is about four things that should be understood before any team attempts to do any team building event.

The four things are:
1. What is a team?
2. Who should be in a team?
3. What do teams need?
4. What do the best teams do?


Team Building Video 2

If your team can’t get along you’re in trouble!


No matter how good your project or the technology you have to work with, if your team doesn’t mesh – your project’s in trouble. BNET and Harris Interactive recently conducted a research study on collaboration which revealed some illuminating facts about interpersonal team dynamics. Stephen Howard-Sarin, Vice President of CNET’s business sites, explains.


Team Building Video 3

The five dysfunctions of a team


In this video, team building is not complicated, declares Lencioni, president of his own management consulting firm and author of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team.


Team Building Video 4

The surprising truth about what motivates us


This lively RSA Animate, adapted from Dan Pink’s talk at the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA), illustrates the hidden truths behind what really motivates us at home and in the workplace.


Team Building Video 5

What are Belbin team roles?


A Belbin team role as defined by Dr Meredith Belbin is: “a tendency to behave, contribute and interrelate with others in a particular way.”


Team Building Video 6

Characteristics of successful teams


A recent research study on collaboration, conducted by BNET and Harris Interactive, shows why some teams are more successful than others. Watch Stephen Howard-Sarin, Vice President of CNET’s business sites, on the video above as he shares the findings.