Drumming for Team building

Drumming can be an incredible metaphor for your team training goals and create an inspirational event and spirit in your group.

Utilising drumming, we create a metaphor for team building that suits your event. For example different departments, like different rhythms, combine to form something greater than the sum of its parts. The orchestra is a metaphor for Team Unity.

We have over 15 years of experience in events and know how to make a message both interesting and relevant.

Teambuilding ideas, activities and concept for corporate events & conferences

Team building is about creating unity and creating a positive feeling in a group . There are of course many ways to do this but we have found that finding a team building activity that is completely new is a great way to get peoples enthusiasm.

Most people attending an event will never have taken part in an orchestra of 300 drums . The smiles we see on peoples faces light up the room and the exhilaration of being part of an orchestra like that is virtually a bucket list activity . Larger group events are even more compelling in that the orchestra can be up to 12,000 delegates . (yes we have 12,000 drums)

Smaller group events are more intimate but the essence is still the same where everybody taps into the group energy . The larger group events would be done in theatre style or conference style , while the smaller group events might be done in a circle . (Smaller group events range from 10 to 50 pax , and larger group events from 200 to 12,000).

Some of the fun team building ideas that Drum Cafe have created for Corporate events include:

– Creating a company song involving drumming to be performed and videoed.

– Splitting the group into breakout groups in order to create a slightly competitive feeling , each with their own facilitator.

– Building the Drum workshop into the presentation so that audience participation during key moments in the show keeps delegates wide awake.

– simply drumming with the whole company as a historic moment of doing one team activity in unison at the same time. There are not many team activities that can be done at the exact same moment without splitting the group or leaving the room.