Practical Activities Team Building and Leadership Development

When individuals with similar interest, attitude, and taste comes together to work for a common objective, a team is formed. Every individual contributes equally and performs his level best to meet the team targets and achieve the organization’s goal. Team members strive hard to live up to the expectations of others and successfully accomplish the assigned task.

A team cannot do well unless and until each and every member is focused and serious about his responsibilities. For every team member, his team should come first and everything else later. Personal interests must take a backseat.

Every individual must feel motivated to perform his level best. Never impose things on anyone; instead, the individuals must take the initiative on their own. They should come forward and accept the challenge.

Why Us?
Our teambuilding programmes come with attitude and purpose. We do not spoon feed participants; we allow them to create real working scenarios where success or failure will depend on how well people perform as a team. More often than not there is a need to network with other teams towards a common goal, but on other occasions the skills shown in a competitive activity by the most successful teams become a model for other teams to emulate, sharing best practise and increasing productivity.

Program Benefits


Build a spirit of cooperation and involvement


Have fun with positive and motivational results


Operate in systems consistent with company values


See how expectations can influence outcomes


Provide a safe and supportive learning environment


Leverage a range of communication styles to maximise results


Recognise the importance of time management and realistic goal setting


Observe how different team roles and styles are necessary for successful teams

Teambuilding… a dirty word?

Teambuilding events are often viewed with fear and suspicion. We recognise this and design intelligent, highly engaging activities where participants feel comfortable, rewarded and certainly not patronised.