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Comic Strip

Here is a fun, visual activity that enables your delegates to re-tell your conference story. With props, make up and cameras your imaginations are fuelled and ignited. Following clear instructions from a motivational facilitator, it is clear from the comic creations that your message has hit home.

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What A Balls Up

Delegates are split into small teams and given giant nets and golden balls. The aim of this energiser is to co-ordinate and to develop spectacular ball control in sync with other teams to loud music. Then teams must develop a controlled fling in order to exchange balls with other teams. We guarantee you ‘What a Balls Up!’ will wake everyone up!

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Speed Dating

A frantic session where each delegate needs to find his/her next “date”. As in the world of romance, each time is different- different people, different stories and different conversations. This concept facilitates an exchange of ideas on a number of subjects and maximises the opportunities to network. Speed Dating is an energetic way to mix delegates up and to learn from the experiences of others.

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Revitalise!

The day after a great night, delegates gather for the next day presentations and it is time to wake up and revitalise. Reaching under their chairs, each delegate discovers the ingredients and the equipment to make a reenergising cocktail using the right combination of juices and fruits. But before shaking this miracle drink, the delegates enter the world of “flaring” -the art of cocktail shaking. After this active session, ingredients are mixed, the drink is shaken, and the delegates are ready to come to life.

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Pump It Up

Balloons always put people in a party mood. Each delegate starts with a number of different brightly coloured balloons and must end the session with the same colour. This team exercise brings a smile to the faces of your delegates, especially when all the balloons are released!

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Paper Projects

Building a solid structure together demonstrates your corporate strength and reinforces your particular conference message. A bridge in times of change, a working model to demonstrate a particular characteristic of your latest product, a skyscraper to celebrate your sales success… Your delegates work together to create a unique structure of your choice and bring your conference message to life.

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Mexican Railway

Participants each hold a piece of “track” and work together to link this simple structure to the next participant forming an aerial “railway track”. By coordinating their movements (the lifting and lowering of their piece of track) the wave moves brightly coloured balls along the rollercoaster and around the conference hall. This unique activity unites everyone’s energy.

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Human Bingo

Welcome to Bingo, where everybody is a winner! This conference activity is based on real life experiences instead of numbers. Your delegates learn about each other as they share interesting facts about themselves to break the ice.

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Why Team Building Is Important for your Business

Improving communication · Making the workplace more enjoyable · Motivating a team · Getting to know each other · Getting everyone "onto the same page", including goal setting · Teaching the team self-regulation strategies · Helping participants to learn more about themselves (strengths and weaknesses) · Identifying and utilizing the strengths of team members · Improving team productivity · Practicing effective collaboration with team members

Team building refers to a wide range of activities, presented to businesses, schools, sports teams, religious or nonprofit organizations designed for improving team performance. Team building is pursued via a variety of practices, and can range from simple bonding exercises to complex simulations and multi-day team building retreats designed to develop a team (including group assessment and group-dynamic games), usually falling somewhere in between. It generally sits within the theory and practice of organizational development, but can also be applied to sports teams, school groups, and other contexts. Team building is not to be confused with "team recreation" that consists of activities for teams that are strictly recreational. Teambuilding is an important factor in any environment, its focus is to specialize in bringing out the best in a team to ensure self development, positive communication, leadership skills and the ability to work closely together as a team to problem solve. Work environments tend to focus on individuals and personal goals, with reward & recognition singling out the achievements of individual employees. "How to create effective teams is a challenge in every organization" Team building can also refer to the process of selecting or creating a team from scratch.

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