Interactive, experiential and game-based training programs to strengthen team relationships and unify goals
One team. Many members
Creating common goals and guidelines for group-based work
Have a team-building program custom built for your organization's teams, to help improve their relationships, interaction and task execution.
- Improve team dynamics and communication
- Push participants to think creatively
- Agree on approaches and solutions
- Maintain unity in rapidly changing situations
- Create synergy in objectives
- Allocate resources more effectively
Our programs' key success factors
Our training programs are designed to improve specific skills and aspects of how teams perform, such as trust, communication, collaboration, and goal unity. We offer a range of training approaches and activities that target these different aspects.
We combine theoretical training on core teamwork concepts with active learning that lets participants practice these concepts and learn by doing. Our challenges, games and simulations. are designed to fit the organization's culture and team dynamics.
Our programs often take place away from familiar work environments, and in a casual social atmosphere. These new environments help participants to change the way they work together and view usual attitudes and behavior with fresh eyes.
Aligning efforts through teamwork
Vital component of organizational success
When employees come together and function as a cohesive team and not as a group of disparate people who work for the same organization - office politics and individual differences becomes a thing of the past, and a single goal becomes the common ground for even the most diverse set of people.
Through teamwork, employees have a tremendous ability to drive an organization forward. Success in organizations requires a team spirit that runs throughout and a conviction by all employees in the overall vision and goals.
We design customized team-building programs that help you achieve this harmony.
Focused on learning
Not all fun and games
Creating a learning experience is the key consideration in the planning, design and execution of our programs.
Trainers keenly observe team dynamics, analyze individual behavior, and demonstrate how learnings can be applied to work environments.
A briefing at the start ensures that teamwork is on participants minds from the outset. Frequent breaks and discussions serve as ongoing reminders of the programs goals. A final debriefing analyzes decisions and consequent results.
Variety of programs
Examples of themes and activities
Compete for the Oscar
Create your own short movie, find a director, script writer, cast and crew, and win the Oscar if your movie gets the highest nominations.
Each team designs, sketches and creates their very own clothing line, all assembled from a wild assortment of recyclable materials. A weird and wonderful runway fashion show, complete with marketing pitches by each team, provides the big finish.
Inspired by the famous TV series 'Chopped', teams are asked to design and prepare 3 meals from outrageous ingredients. An event that excites participants' taste buds and sense of humor.
Crime Scene Investigation
Corporate CSI gives teams the chance to see if they can hack it as a real investigator. An actual crime scene is created at the workplace, with teams members combining their analytical powers to uncover the Who, What, When and Why of the crime.
Power of Kindness
A relay designed to help teams get a shot of happiness by accelerating their kindness powers and competing to complete a series of community service projects in a limited time
Each team is allocated a product to produce. The challenge is to plan the procurement, design, labour division and execution of the final product. The team that uses the least resources to create the product in the least time and within specific quality criteria wins.
Beach activity involving teams being provided with tools, materials and instructions to build a shelter and/or raft within a set time. Teams also have to ride their rafts and race. Members need to choose a leader, who gives instructions, defines roles and manages the process.
Race to the Treasure
A treasure is hidden and participants are to put together pieces of a map after going through multiple challenges that require intensive group planning and collaboration. Each group is challenged individually as well as competing with other groups and against time.
An activity that takes place in a busy area, with teams working to gather support from the public through votes for a winning team. It involves group planning and group action to get the support of a maximum number of people in a limited time.