New direction, leads the change
We believe that team-building programmes can be a powerful way to unite a group, develop strengths, and address weaknesses – but only if the activities are planned and carried out strategically with a real purpose behind the organization’s decision to do so.
Having both local exclusive team building venues and overseas hotels as our partners, we are able to deliver bespoke executive programmes, from small team activities to address the needs of a group of 15 people and up to a major event for 300 participants.
You may expect activities ranging from ice breakers to full blown indoor team building activities such as our signature Case File #24 or outdoor activities like Adventura Elements. All our programmes are tailored to fit the time you have available, your budget and your aims - from serious team work to pure fun!
Competition vs Collaboration
Often in the race for numbers and figures, we might neglect fellow colleagues because of the differences in departments or affects of hierarchy. Through this segmnet, participants are divided into teams where they have to accomplish challenges ala "Amazing Race". At first glance, one would think this is a case of "May The Best Team Wins" but aren't they all working in the SAME company, striving towards ONE same vision?
Leadership vs Development
This segment is not based on individual activities; it's collaborative. Participants become informed of their strengths and weaknesses through questionnaires such as the D.I.S.C Leadership Profiling and Conflict Management just to name a few. The activities selected in this segment seek to unveil the leaders in the lower management level and encourage the higher management level to develop vibrant working environments for these leaders.
Adventure vs Fear
Raising confident and adaptable decision makers can be done by stimulating day-to-day work stresses with outdoor elements. Essentially, this segment revolves around the concept of comfort zone. way participants handle physical pressure is also a reflection of how they make decisions back in the office.