Let Us Custom Design a Team Building Experience for You!

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Looking for a team building experience that your team members will be talking about for months to come? 

All of our creative, interactive team engagement experiences are custom-designed to meet your team development goals and work within your available timeframe. The experiences can happen in our creative meeting space or our facilitators can come to you!

 

To design a team engagement experience, we'll need to know:

  • What does your team do well?
  • In what ways does your team need to improve?

For best results, we recommend a full-day program (7–8 hours) for your team’s first team engagement experience. However, since we custom-design the experiences, we can create a program that fits your schedule. Popular timeframes include:

  • Half-day programs
  • Adding a 2–3 hour experience to an existing meeting or conference
  • Montly 2-hour programs
  • 20-minute programs at the beginning of weekly staff meetings

All of our team engagement experiences include a community giveback. Why? Because the best way to bring a team together is to help them help others. Our programs teach the skills needed to function as a high-performing team while enabling participants to discover the significance of engaging their hearts in their work together.

The giveback programs are much more than a community service project. Each program focuses on helping a specific child or family who is need of a little help. During the program, team members are completing challenges and overcoming obstacles together in order to earn or create items for the giveback recipients. Then, at the end of the giveback experience, teams will meet and interact with the families being helped. No one’s life is the same after that point!

Click here to download a flyer about our team building programs.

 

Examples of Our Most Popular Team Building Programs:

Team AdventuresChallenge your team to leverage strengths and develop communication skills as they solve clues, complete tasks, create solutions, and make a significant difference in the lives of a local family in need. The giveback can be bicycles or school supplies for local kids or wish list items for a local family.

Build-a-DreamChallenge your team to leverage strengths and work efficiently as a team to create a bed for a local child in need. Team members will complete custom-designed challenges in order to accumulate the resources needed for the project and then draw upon their various strengths to assign roles to complete the project.

Build a BridgeCreate significant connections between team members while earning wish list items for a local family in need. In Build-A-Bridge, teams (6–8 people per team) will identify and leverage their strengths in order to build bridges out of available resources that sustain a remote control car over a specified distance. As your team builds physical bridges in this program, they will consider the importance of connectedness in their work.

Reaching New Heights TogetherChallenge your team to help local families in need by working efficiently as a team to design, build, market, and fly a model airplane. Though the main objective of the experience is to successfully build and fly a model airplane out of available resources, team members will be challenged to navigate numerous interruptions and projects that will distract them from the objective. The giveback can be books, bicycles, or school supplies for kids or wishlist items for an entire family.

Break-In ChallengeIdeal for smaller groups, team members must beat the countdown clock to discover and solve clues that lead them to unlock a chest of items that will be given to local children. At the end of the program, team members will present the items to the children.

Sail AwayThis high-stakes experience challenges teams to create and race cardboard boats across a swimming pool or fountain. Teams are given limited resources and a short amount of time to build a boat that's big enough to fit at least one person and seaworthy enough to get the person to the finish line. A successful crossing earns giveback items for local children in need.

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Contact Us

1205 E. Washington Street Suite 101
Louisville, Kentucky 40206
Phone (502) 583-8555, Fax (502) 583-8558
info@creativeworkplace.com