At Stag Group Inc., we place a value on working together and becoming a company that values their partners. We continually have group exercises to build different qualities and promote a proper running crew. The one thing we love at Stag is sports. We often hold sports team nights to make sure that we’re staying on top of our game and challenging ourselves on different levels. “What we’ve noticed by these team building exercises is that our crew and company matter from the inside. It’s just as important as taking care of our clients and partners. We take care of our representatives as well. Team building and sports activities in the company boost morale and increases the success of a business,” says Kirsty Pennal managing director of Stag Group.
Research and studies show that crew building exercises help the overall communication and flow of a company. By facilitating better communication, it keeps the ground of a company open, friendly and qualitative. More than anything the quality of work gets better, we have seen this happen at our firm first hand and we strongly abide by it. Not only this but it motivates our agents to compete and do better for personal and team building effectivity. “The point is that the more comfortable and focused agents are the better it is for our firm, and it attracts positive vibes as well,” says Kirsty Pennal of Stag Group. Our company sports nights, for example, our representatives have learned to work together to complete small games and tasks. It has also gotten them well acquainted with another and has made our company culture lively.
Strategically working and building skills together help in a sense that we’re developing problem-solving abilities. In uncertain, problematic times, most companies don’t know where to start to fix issues. But we know that when workers combat a situation together, it helps the process of that specific error resolve quickly. By breaking barriers and building a strong team, we’re increasing trust, friendship and healthy competition. “We know and believe that team building exercises give leadership and others a chance to provide a motivational and positive environment for their partners,” says Kirsty Pennal of Stag Group.