We ran a one-day team building workshop for the senior management team of a scientific publishing company.
We designed and facilitated a one-day workshop to help graduates understand the best tools and approaches for innovation.
We designed and facilitated a two-hour workshop to help executives in several locations to examine and improve their decision making processes.
We ran a two-hour workshop to help a marketing agency generate ideas and share experiences to build better client relationships and team morale.
We were engaged on a month-long consulting project to establish the requirements of 350 buyers and merchandisers for the design of an important new software tool.
We ran a half-day workshop for smart home startups and university researchers to share ideas and identify opportunities for collaboration.
We ran two engaging and inspirational sessions to get 80 people networking, collaborating and generating ambitious ideas for their shared future.
We worked with the customer forums team at a large software company to design and facilitate two ideation sessions at their customer forum in Rome.
Investing in team building creates a space where people can build relationships, address their concerns and come together to share ideas that benefit everyone.
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A great team building workshop can be a really effective process to get team members working effectively together, aligned behind a clear purpose, with defined goals and roles.