Team Wellbeing is a collaborative team-building activity where participants are encouraged to think about their role in the well-being of the team both during the game and back in the workplace. Teams engage in various physical, mental and creative activities delivered via a team tablet, each focusing on small everyday actions and behaviours. Team Wellbeing occurs in three stages. In the first phase, participants realise that their actions affect the well-being of others in the team. During the second phase, participants decide on the actions they will take to positively influence collective well-being. In the third phase, they realise the necessity for ongoing action to develop consistent behaviour. Teams devise a plan with specific actions and timeframes for the ongoing well-being of all and scribe them on the Tree of Wellbeing. The Tree of Wellbeing can be hung in the office as a reminder of their commitment to wellbeing and a trigger for ongoing action.
Team Wellbeing develops skills, an action plan and a commitment to the well-being of the team. The game is focused on the primary factors connected to well-being.
Meaningful Communication - stimulating communication in which people pay attention to how they speak and affect others and themselves to achieve desired results.
Vitality and Strength - physical health is psychological and emotional health.
Joy and creativity - creativity, game approach and happiness at work have proven to increase a team’s productivity.
Connection to Nature reduces stress, reduces illness, and increases productivity.