Group Discussion and Team Building

Event Photography

Team building brings people together by encouraging collaboration and teamwork. Team building in the workplace is the process of creating a team that is cohesively working together towards a common goal. The importance and main purpose of team building is to create a strong team through forming bonds and connections. Creating these bonds through team building is very beneficial to businesses and organizations. The benefits of team building include increased communication, planning skills, employee motivation, and employee collaboration. Fun activities that help people see each other in a different light allow them to connect in a different setting. One of the most powerful reasons for team building is to get results. Through a series of planned team building events that are fun and motivational, teams build skills like communication, planning, problem-solving, and conflict resolution. These team building activity ideas help to facilitate long-term team building through fostering genuine connections, deeper discussions, and processing. A close-knit team will ensure productivity and a good work environment so here are just a few reasons why team building works. Teamwork and boosting team performance, Celebration, team spirit, fun, and motivation, Communication and working better together,Unlock leadership potential and Improve employee engagement and morale. If you’ve got an event coming up, why not document it by hiring me, the photographer to documenting it for you, a great to promote future events.

2 young men sit and discuss topics that affect them
host encourages others to join in the discussion
man with his arm out making a point as another sits with his arms crossed
2 young men listen to the host as she makes another point during the discussion
male and female discussion hosts encourage topics for others to talk about
host raises his arms to make a point during the group discussion
man sits with his legs crossed under his chair raises an arm to make his point
2 young men listening to the views of others in the group discussion
wide shot of the room with chairs in a circle as people discus various issues that affect them
young man laughing during a group activity
man leaning on the table clasping his hands together
young woman sticks a post it not to her head during a group exercise
woman with a post it note on her head raises her arm at the table during a group exercise
woman sits at a table with a post it note stuck to her forehead

What is a Group Discussion? "Group" is a collection of individuals who have regular contact and frequent interaction and who work together to achieve a common set of goals. "Discussion" is the process whereby two or more people exchange information or ideas in a face-to-face situation to achieve a goal. The goal, or end product, maybe increased knowledge, agreement leading to action, disagreement leading to competition or resolution or perhaps only a clearing of the air or a continuation of the status-quo. Who holds a Group Discussion? "Group Discussion", popularly labeled as GD, is a popular methodology used by an many organizations (company, institute, business school, etc.) these days to gauge whether the candidate has certain personality traits such as interpersonal communication skills, confidence in public speaking, team spirit, leadership abilities, social behaviour and problem-solving skills. GDs form an important part of the short-listing process for recruitment or admission in a company or institution.


A fantastic, easy to navigate website is essential and a strong social media presence in this day and age for promoting your brand, products and services, it's the images that catch the eye. If you're using it for external marketing and promotion or for internal communication such as newsletters or promoting future events, even if you're just wanting to create a record and document your event, visual content is key and it's the perfect way to show off new content to both customers and staff alike. I'm an event photographer with a relaxed, documentary, reportage style so why not get in touch to see how I can help your photograph your group discussion or team building event.


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