Team Development Program

Team Building & Team Development Related Program


The Story Behind The Best Team Building Provider Gold Award,
HR Vendors of The Year 2019 

What makes our services unique?

  • We have several off-the-shelf digital learning for team building such as ‘Teamwork That Works’
  • Based on content gamification, we design content that is altered to be more game-like based on the client’s needs, we begin with designing the content
  • We also have content, based on client’s needs, we create a suitable theme and storyline, along with the rewards graphics and images. Challenges are then created to suit the theme and the learning objective that the client wants to achieve.
  • To create content, we tap on the combined creativity of our consultants, business partners and even facilitation methods like Design Thinking

 

Check out our team building testimonial: 

We delivered the team building program with Gamification designed to drive employee engagement and instill departmental core values effectively.

A successful team building with the application of Gamification designed for Haworth Malaysia. We delivered the outcome of an impactful bond between the Malaysia & Shanghai team. Let's hear it from one of our participants!

Team Building Q&A:

1. Why Team Building is important in Malaysia ?

Team building is important not only in Malaysia, but every company. As the business landscape has changed rapidly, more organisations required the entire workforce to work towards the common goals. Team building plays a very important training and development program to build bonding within the employees in the organisation. At the same time, most of the organisations also take this opportunity to communicate the company goal, vision, mission & values during the team building program. People can better consume info & learning content during fun and interactive experiential activities. Hence, team building helps better knowledge retention. 

2. What is the team building Price in Malaysia?

Team Building price is subject to number of participants and also the duration of the program. In most of the standard circumstances, a 30 participants and below team building would cost from RM 4,000 to RM 6,000 per day. This fee is subject to the targeted activities as some activities would incurred additional cost for equipment, venue & additional facilitators. 

3. What Are The Team Building Packages you offer ?

We offer a wide range of team building packages from 3 days, 2 days, 1 day and even special activities such as Amazing Race, Treasure Hunt, Archery Combat, Go Kart Speed Race, Master Chef etc. The signature offering would be our team building package that designed using mobile apps and gamification. Participants experience the pre-team building engagement via a mobile app with well designed team challenges 4 days prior to the team building. This innovative design team building has won the Best Team Building Provider Gold Award, HR Vendors Award of the Year 2019.   

4. Why should I choose Talent-Intelligence as my team building company  ?

Talent Intelligence is one of the most innovative training providers that design the programs with mobile technology and gamification. The team building programs designed by Talent Intelligence has won the Best Team Building Provider Gold Award, HR Vendors Award of the Year 2019.   

5. Is your team building package HRDF claimable ?

Yes. Talent Intelligence is an authorised training provider under PSMB (HRDF)

6. I am interested, Who should I contact ?

Kindly click the "Contact Us" button to fill up the inquiry form. Our sales rep will get back to you within 24 hours. Please provide the info stated in the inquiry form, hence, our sales rep could suggest the service offering accordingly. 

 

Talent Intelligence is an authorized training provider under Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF)

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Some of our team building activities: 

Team Building

Activity Name: Registration Challenge

In an ever-changing business environment, there are unknown elements and challenges are constant. This requires one to be adaptable to changes. When we are confronted with unexpected changes, we must be able to shift our actions to overcome such challenges. This requires agility, quick thinking, organizing skills and leadership. This activity will be timed for purpose of rigor and efficiency. Team effectiveness will be benchmarked. The list of participants must be sourced from client before the program is to be held. In the list, there must be a column which indicates the calling names of the participants. If pre-grouped, name tags will be placed facing downwards on the chairs arranged according to the grouping list. If not pre-grouped, name tags will then be placed facing downwards on chair formation randomly. One or two representatives will be called into the room and given instructions for the rest of the team. The representatives then leave the room and lead the rest of the team to enter the room. The objective is to get everyone seated on the chairs where their name tags are placed, in the shortest possible time.

Learning elements – Accountability, adaptability, clarity, commitment, communication, leadership, organizing skills, ownership, planning, proactivity, responsibility, rigor and team effectiveness.

 

Team Building

Activity Name: Impossible Juggle

If there is a will, there is a way. When we are pushed, we can outperform against our perceived capability. Very often, we are boxed in and build barriers around ourselves. When we are challenged, we can use the opportunity to break free from our mental barriers and achieve success which we originally deemed as impossible. Teams are given an object to pass around amongst team members with targeted time. Whenever they achieve results, they are challenged with new demands. When they record the time which to them, is deemed as of utmost possibility, they are challenged yet again to improve on the time until they breakthrough their beliefs about what was originally deemed to be impossible.

Learning elements – Accountability, adaptability, analytical thinking, clarity, collaboration, commitment, communication, creativity, decision making, esprit de corps, focus, leadership, openness, organizing skills, ownership, planning, proactivity, problem solving, rapport / trust, responsibility, rigor, self-awareness and team effectiveness.

 

corporate team building

Activity Name: Tribal Challenge

Formation of team based on leadership, team name, team values, team flag with their own unique symbol and a haka war cry. Once we have established the formation of team, we can move all teams through the other three major stages of team development ie Storming, Norming and Performing. Every major process following this is designed to specifically draw out important lessons from each stage of the team’s transformation into a high performing team.

Learning elements – Accountability, clarity, collaboration, commitment, communication, creativity, esprit de corps, leadership, openness, organizing skills, ownership, presentation skills, resourcefulness, responsibility, rigor and team effectiveness.

 

corporate team building

Activity Name: Engineering Challenge

Formation of team based on leadership, team name, team values, team flag with their own unique symbol and a haka war cry. Once we have established the formation of team, we can move all teams through the other three major stages of team development ie Storming, Norming and Performing. Every major process following this is designed to specifically draw out important lessons from each stage of the team’s transformation into a high performing team.

Learning elements – Accountability, clarity, collaboration, commitment, communication, creativity, esprit de corps, leadership, openness, organizing skills, ownership, presentation skills, resourcefulness, responsibility, rigor and team effectiveness.

 

team building

Activity name: Intention Walk

Essentially an energizer, it can also be used as an excellent entry activity for context setting. It can also be a powerful introduction to the power of creativity amongst the participants. The value of Intention Walk lies not only in its simplicity but its learning on intention and possibilities. Essentially, participants have to cross between two points using a unique method which has not been demonstrated prior to the individual’s turn. Upon the successful crossing of the points, they continue to challenge their peers to rise to the occasion. An energetic and exciting process, everyone gets involved, many times including stakeholders, facilitators as well as trainers. This is an excellent process to narrow the gap and create a closer bond not only amongst the participants but also between the participants and the facilitator team.

Learning elements – Adaptability, clarity, commitment, creativity, esprit de corps, integrity, leadership, openness, ownership, presentation skills, proactivity, rapport / trust, resourcefulness, rigor and self awareness.

 

team building

Activity Name: The i-Maze

Essentially an energizer, it can also be used as an excellent entry activity for context setting. It can also be a powerful introduction to the power of creativity amongst the participants. The value of Intention Walk lies not only in its simplicity but its learning on intention and possibilities. Essentially, participants have to cross between two points using a unique method which has not been demonstrated prior to the individual’s turn. Upon the successful crossing of the points, they continue to challenge their peers to rise to the occasion. An energetic and exciting process, everyone gets involved, many times including stakeholders, facilitators as well as trainers. This is an excellent process to narrow the gap and create a closer bond not only amongst the participants but also between the participants and the facilitator team.

Learning elements – Adaptability, clarity, commitment, creativity, esprit de corps, integrity, leadership, openness, ownership, presentation skills, proactivity, rapport / trust, resourcefulness, rigor and self awareness.

 

team building

Activity Name: XO Game

Essentially an energizer, it can also be used as an excellent entry activity for context setting. It can also be a powerful introduction to the power of creativity amongst the participants. The value of Intention Walk lies not only in its simplicity but its learning on intention and possibilities. Essentially, participants have to cross between two points using a unique method which has not been demonstrated prior to the individual’s turn. Upon the successful crossing of the points, they continue to challenge their peers to rise to the occasion. An energetic and exciting process, everyone gets involved, many times including stakeholders, facilitators as well as trainers. This is an excellent process to narrow the gap and create a closer bond not only amongst the participants but also between the participants and the facilitator team.

Learning elements – Adaptability, clarity, commitment, creativity, esprit de corps, integrity, leadership, openness, ownership, presentation skills, proactivity, rapport / trust, resourcefulness, rigor and self awareness.