For three decades, I have seen teams like yours use these three interconnected team building activities that make up a practical, real-world and customized team building plan called Teams That Work … As One. Decision-Making: establishing clear understanding and support for how team decisions are made. Team Meetings: making certain all teammates know and understand what has, what is and what needs to happened. Team Assessment: a 90-day, continuous-improvement, check-and-adjust method for tracking team performance and making adjustments to improve in the next 90 days.
Establish Team Accountability: this is about active support for both individual and mutual accountability.
Conflict Happens: go to the playground, not the battleground in order to find the right-minded solution.
Ask all teammates to embrace Right-Minded Teamwork Choices.  Discuss and agree on the top 3 your teammates will actively live. Pretty scary, right?  Well, team building facilitation can be scary too, but now that you have this practical team building plan in your pocket, you can drive that fear right out of your mind!  And if you take and make good use of the skills taught in my free online “How to Design a Right-Minded Team Building Workshop” you will let go of your facilitation fear forever! In closing, your plan must align and leverage your teammate’s strengths into one unified team to ensure you meet or even exceed customer expectations. Related PostsAccept your role as Reason’s Team-Building FacilitatorEvery teammate in the whole world has one common role. Sign up for free updates and receive my bonus 12-step course where you’ll learn how to design a real world, Right-Minded Team Building Workshop.
Dan is a highly sought after team building facilitator with three decades of experience consulting Fortune 500 companies all over the world. David has been a career civil servant since graduating in Modern History and Economics from Glasgow University in 1978. Transport Scotland is the Government agency in Scotland responsible for the Scottish Government's responsibilities across all transport sectors. David lives in Edinburgh, is married to Diane with one daughter, Alison, and plays golf whenever time allows. Archie Robertson OBE is an experienced strategic leader who has worked across the transport and infrastructure sectors.
He chairs two development companies involved in technology solutions for the construction industry, and urban wind generation technology.
A graduate of Stirling University, he is a fellow of CIHT, a Companion of the Chartered Management institute, and a keen hill walker.
John is a traffic engineer, transport planner and urban designer with 27 years’ experience.
John’s reputation is based on his project work, and he has considerable experience in the conception, design, execution and management of a wide range of transport, traffic and street improvement projects in different types of settlement all over the UK. Ian is the Chief Officer of the Scottish Charity Paths for All, a post he has held since July 2003. Ian has an Honours Degree in Ecological Science and Wildlife Management from Edinburgh University and has worked in the environment and health sectors in Scotland for the last 30 years. Ian is a voluntary Trustee of a number of environmental and community development charities. Born in Edinburgh while the trams originally ran, Bob grew up in Gracemount where holidays and evening were spent walking the Pentlands, Braids and pavements of Edinburgh also because you were not allowed home until Tea and bed.
Sport changed Bob’s direction in life and allowed him to enter SSPE Jordanhill college as a PE Student (Drilly) living for 3 years in Yoker in Glasgow. Lesley Hinds first became a Councillor in 1984 and currently represents the Inverleith ward. Alastair spent his early career years working for one of the country’s top advertising agencies. In 2008, Falkirk was one of the first towns in Scotland to go through the process of becoming a Business Improvement District (BID), whereby town centre businesses voted in a legally binding ballot in favour of contributing collectively to improve the town centre through initiatives and services over and above those provided by the statutory bodies. In 2011, the Falkirk BID (Falkirk Delivers) became the first BID in Scotland to successfully undertake a renewal ballot, with town centre businesses voting in favour of continuing with the BID process for a period of five years. Alastair, his team, and his board of directors deliver a series of innovative projects and services contained in the BID Business Plan that aim to clean up the town centre, make it a safer place and more vibrant place in which to visit, work, live and invest. He has a background in neighbourhood regeneration and renewal and health improvement, and has held a number of senior policy adviser roles in government. Following his election as an MSP, he became SNP Business Convenor Chairman of the Party), responsible for chairing Conference, the National Executive and the management and administration of the party. Elected to Renfrewshire Council in 1999 at the age of 21 he was the youngest male Councillor in Scotland at the time. He was appointed Chief Planner in July 2012 following Jim Mackinnon’s retirement from Scottish Government.
Duncan Maclennan is Director of the Scottish Cities Knowledge Centre and the Centre for Housing Research at the University of St Andrews. He has an extensive record of advising public policymakers (advising OECD on Urban Affairs from 1984 to 1996, the World Bank between 1980and 2000 and the EU in the 1990’s). He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (Scotland’s national academy) and was awarded a CBE for services to housing research and policy in Britain in 1997. Ross Martin is SCDI’s 8th Chief Executive, with a wide and diverse background working across the Scottish economy in the public, private and social sectors. Ross has been driving the development and diversification of Scotland's economy for over a quarter of a century, through the transformation of public services, his support for a wide range of SMEs, or through his more recent policy work at the CSPP helping to create the conditions for sustainable growth.
Ross is also an occasionally practicing high school teacher, an adviser to Adopt an Intern, which he helped to create, and previously an adviser to BIDS Scotland, the national network for the country's fastest growing local economic partnership, the Business Improvement District.
Ross is a regular commentator on the politics of the economy in print, broadcast and of course social media, and has developed a reputation as an energetic and informative leader of mature and reflective policy debate. Stephen Hagan is a councillor with Orkney Islands Council, representing the North Isles since 1994. He grew up in Northern Ireland and came to Scotland to attend university, graduating from Edinburgh as a civil engineer.


Stephen has served on various boards including the North of Scotland Water Authority, Orkney Enterprise, Orkney Auction Mart and was the inaugural chair of Westray Development Trust. Currently he sits on the David MacBrayne Ltd and NHS Orkney boards as well as being the CoSLA spokesperson for Development, Economy and Sustainability. After qualifying as an engineer, Dave took two years out to do a wide variety of community work, before returning to do an Masters in Energy and Environmental Systems at Glasgow Caledonian University. Dave held a variety of posts in local government including managing recycling for Dundee City Council and environmental strategy at Falkirk Council, before joining SEPA in 2000 where he was formerly Head of Environmental Strategy. After graduating from Glasgow School of Art, Dorothy took up employment as Leicester City Council’s first Cycle Planning Officer in 1995. In 1990, she joined Dumbarton District and took up main stream planning activities in Local Planning, Data and Research and Development Management staying with Dumbarton District through Local Government reorganisation.
Joining East Renfrewshire Council in 2002, Dorothy has gained a further 10 years experience at a more senior level, in a range of Development Planning activities seeing two Plans through the majority of their life cycles including the Inquiry and Examination processes. Between 1997 and 2003 Craig was Chief Executive of the Scottish Urban Regeneration Forum (SURF), the independent network promoting best practice in regeneration.
Craig is a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute and the Institute of Economic Development and is an Academician of the Institute of Urbanism. Craig was recently included in Planning Magazine’s Planning Power 100 list of people with the greatest influence over planning policy and decision-making in the UK.
Jennifer Ramsay is Community Energy Scotland’s Community Benefit Officer, responsible for giving guidance and support to community groups and developers dealing with funds from commercial renewable energy developments. Pamela Ewen took up post in May 2009 as the Strategic Development Planning Authority Manager for the Dundee and Perth City Region, known as TAYplan. After graduating in the early 1990’s from Strathclyde University she commenced her career in Local Government in Ayr before moving to Central Region and then Clackmannanshire working across development management, project implementation and development planning. You are about to receive the shortest and most practical workplace team building plan in world history. All you need to do is enter your email address in the form below, and the course, along with updates, will be on their way to your inbox. Educated at Alva Academy, she went on to graduate from Glasgow University with a Social Sciences MA and Jordanhill College with a Postgraduate Certificate in Community Education.
Latterly she was Shadow Minster for Health and Social Justice and a member of the Parliament’s Health Committee before being appointed Minister for Public Health in the Scottish Government formed after the May 2007 election.
He is the Design Director for a variety of street and public realm design schemes, several of which have recently been implemented or are in advanced stages of delivery. Paths for All’s vision is for a happier and healthier Scotland and its main area of work is to promote everyday walking. He has previously been employed by Clackmannanshire Council, Scottish Natural Heritage and the Scottish Wildlife Trust.
In his spare time Ian enjoys mountain biking, hill walking and sailing, as well as eating good food and attending outdoor music festivals with family and friends. He leads Living Streets Scotland’s work getting more children walking to school, improving walking environments with communities and campaigning for safe, attractive, enjoyable streets, where people want to walk. 5 years ago the department researched 5 walks around the school lasting 1 hour and introduced the walks during curricular PE. Ian joined the then Scottish Executive in 1999 initially working on the Scotland’s first policy on architecture published in 2001. In his teens he toured Britain by bike enjoying the architecture and ambience of the urban environment. He then spent a few years as advertising manager for one of Scotland’s leading tyre and exhaust retail specialists. Before taking up this position, he led the Cross Government Obesity Programme, based at the Department of Health. Tony was a founder member of the government's Neighbourhood Renewal Unit from 2001, where he was responsible for national work on neighbourhood management and health inequalities and the development of Local Strategic Partnerships. He won three successive ward elections, to become Leader of Renfrewshire Council in May 2007, taking the SNP from opposition to lead the administration for the first time. Ross chairs the Scottish Waterways Trust, which is working to bring this wonderful piece of our industrial heritage to life encouraging engagement across the canal network. Ross lives in Larbert, in the heart of Scotland, and enjoys playing golf, walking and swimming as well as travelling to find inspiration for further change! She has substantial experience in delivering major housing proposals in Scotland, England and Australia. Posts held during that time have included both chair of both Orkney Ferries and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. He worked with the Department of Agriculture in Northern Ireland before relocating to Orkney to farm in Westray. This was an extremely enjoyable position, promoting improved facilities for cyclists under an inspirational Team Leader who identified the impending health and inactivity crisis as a potential challenge ahead.
In particular, she recently took the East Renfrewshire Council LDP through its MIR stage leaving just as the plan was progressing to its Proposed Plan Stage, as a result of a promotional opportunity. The SCR supported people and organisations to become more effective at regeneration through helping them to identify, share and apply leading edge practice. He is a Trustee of Built Environment Forum Scotland and of Resilient Scotland and was previously on the Board of Greenspace Scotland. Before moving to TAYplan she worked for 9 years as a planning manager with Fife Council leading strategic planning, economic policy, research and information, and the development of the 7 large strategic developments areas across Fife.
Rail projects include the new Borders Railway line, the Edinburgh to Glasgow improvement programme and overseeing the procurement of the new Scotrail franchise. Previous to that he was CEO of the Highways Agency, where he introduced the use of hard shoulder running and Highways Traffic Officers to tackle motorway congestion.
Alongside his Chairmanship of Living Streets, he also works to improve the lot of disadvantaged young people through the Prince’s Trust inScotland.
John is Independent Design Advisor to the City of Edinburgh Council, a Design Council CABE Enabler, a Design Review Panelist for Transport for London and Urban Design London, and a contributing author to Manual for Streets 2.


These include Camden High Street, Clapham Old Town, Harrow Station Road, Wood Green and the Crossrail stations at Liverpool Street, Abbey Wood and Hayes & Harlington.
Prior to joining Living Streets, he worked as a senior researcher in the Scottish Parliament, focusing on transport, environment and health issues, as a region-wide travel plan officer, took a MSc in Transport Planning & Engineering and worked as a teacher in Japan.
After 3 years of Teaching, Bob headed for Europe again playing Rugby in France, then working for 3 major Outdoor companies Karrimor, Berghaus and Vango in European sales eventually based in Alkmaar in the Netherlands.
They were tremendously popular with pupils as they could be active for 60 minutes, see parts of the catchment they had not been to and chat with Staff and pupils in fresh air. Born in Dundee, she has lived in Edinburgh for over 30 years in the Drylaw area of the city with her husband Martin, while bringing up her three children. Within Government, APDE provides advice to Scottish Ministers on architecture and the built environment and is the sponsor team for Architecture and Design Scotland (A+DS). Towns and cities have to look good, feel good and be pleasant and comfortable to move around in. From 1999to 2003 he worked as full time policy adviser to the First Minister(s) of Scotland ( leading the transfer of Glasgow’s public housing stock to the third sector), as chief economist in the State of Victoria ( Australia (2003-5) and then as Chief Economist for Infrastructure and Cities in the Federal Government of Canada (2005-2008) before resuming his university career. In particular, she has delivered new villages, extensions to villages, masterplans and development briefs for private clients across Scotland. This position led onto opportunities within Leicester City Council in Traffic Management and a return to Glasgow in 1987 to join a multi disciplinary Transportation Planning team in Strathclyde Regional Council.
During her time at East Renfrewshire Council, Dorothy was an active participant in the Structure Plan and Strategic Development Planning processes, contributing to her appointment as Assistant Manager at the GCVSDPA last June. Her background ensures she is well versed, both technically and practically, to the full range of social, political and economic issues surrounding a development project. His organisation also gave several towns and villages their streets back by traffic diversion.
In terms of transport planning, John’s portfolio includes ongoing and recent projects in Southampton, the London Olympic Host Boroughs, London Docklands, Middlesborough and Sunbury.
Dawn was co-host of the 8th World Congress on Active Ageing, in 2012 and on the Expert Panel for the Chief Medical Officers Start Active Stay Active recommendations for physical activity and public health in 2011. They also had a ready made way of exercising after school at low cost leading Active lifestyles in beautiful Midlothian. Between 1994 and 1999 Ian was head of the Scottish Arts Council’s Capital Programme funded by the National Lottery.
Since 2006 Mike has been a tetraplegic wheelchair user (no more cycling or sailing!) and has a different perspective.His principal activities are concerned with disability access and transport issues, working with Councils and Parliament through organisations such as SATA and Disability Access Panels. Falkirk was the first town in Scotland to appoint a full-time Town Centre Manager some 25 years ago. He was also previously chair of the Paisley Vision Board and Renfrewshire's Fairtrade Steering Group. Sarah is a consenting expert and advises across the wide spectrum of the firm's public and private sector clients on contentious and non-contentious planning, compulsory purchase, environmental and roads matters for development projects such as wind farms, hydro-electric plant, power stations, retail, commercial, leisure and sport, residential, education, heavy railways, roads and motorways, waste treatment and biomass facilities (including EfW), regeneration & sustainable communities. Pamela is Junior Vice Convenor of RTPI in Scotland, sits on the Heads of Planning Scotland Executive, and a Board member of the Scottish Cities Knowledge Centre. She also runs training courses to move research into practice with allied health professionals and fitness instructors.
After qualifying as an architect in 1984 Ian worked in a range of public and private sector practices in Edinburgh, London, and Glasgow – specialising in community regeneration work.
Professional Outdoor Leadership Development Community.A Employment Opportunities After a WOLF graduate receives the certifications need to for employment. Her recent research (MRC and NIHR) focuses on effects of visualisations of biomechanics on adherence to exercise in older people with a history of falls, group versus home exercise referred through the GP on habitual physical activity, effects of the Otago home exercise programme in visually impaired older people, the outdoor environment on avoidance of activity and falls in older people and reducing sedentary behaviour (long periods of sitting) in older people. She also has knowledge of various industries such as retail and tourism (former Chair Tourist Board) and was Convenor of Lothian and Borders Police Board for 4 years. We have worked out, potential employment opportunities and internships with a number of Expedition Companies, Adventure Education Programs, Adventure Education Schools & Outdoor Recreation Businesses. It is what motivates me to seek to bring about improvements to services that will benefit everybody.
As Convener of the TIE Committee I no not underestimate the size of the task ahead in delivering the trams project and other infrastructure initiatives. WOLFA WOLF, Curriculum was designed by outdoor professionals using the most current training standards and materials, also by affiliating ourselves with other professional organizations such as AMGA, SOLO, ARC, ACA, LNT, BSA. TMO Guides & Instructors are leading expeditions in the USA, South America and around the world.Where do you want to go? It is a great place to connect with nature, practice awareness and outdoor skills, be challenged, and discover your own unique leadership style. We will also learn how to read a topo map and learn how to use a compass, how to navigate safely through remote mountain terrain, how to facilitate a group, and understand group dynamics.
We will also explore the metaphorical, spiritual, and therapeutic elements of the wilderness experience.Lead with confidence. High Peaks Introductory to winter camping, Ice climbing, mountaineering A A February 18-29.
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