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Team Building Interventions
Processed based team-building does not include any equipment, and is based around actionable discussions. these group discussions are immersive and experiential, and aim to equip staff with the ability to better understand themselves and their co-workers. This is a highly effective form of team building that produces fast and noticeable results.
Corporate Recreational Team-building
Recreational team-building is fun. It usually includes equipment such as balloons, inflatables, and various other goodies. The aim of recreational team building is to inspire, motivate and create a sense of enjoyment and appreciation. Recreational team-building is what most companies offer in the way of team-building, what makes us different is our turn-key approach to your needs.
Our processed based team building takes place over 2 days. Employees can be taken away to an offsite venue, during the week or over a weekend. This can also be done onsite, however 2 full days are needed to be dedicated to the programme. The programme can accommodate up to 20 people at a time, and involves problem solving, group discussions, and more. It is NOT a paper-and-pen based assessment, but rather equips staff with the ability to better understand themselves and their co-workers. The programme is immersive and experiential. Very little equipment is needed, save for perhaps some writing material which we provide. This is one of the most powerful team building experiences currently available in the world.
Corporate recreation team building is what most ‘off-the-shelf’ companies offer. It involves lots of equipment and can be done on a budget or extravagantly. Games as simple as tug-of-war and balloon popping, right through to amazing races, inflatables and gladiator rings. These are usually quite physically taxing, however there are less physical activities available such as “The Shark Tank Game” or “Casino Royale”