Fun Team building Activities for Meetings, Conferences and Events in UK
Team building is an essential part of any corporate or executive team. The importance of createing a well-functioning and unified team cannot be overstated enough.
Team building activities and exercises have the aim of creating unity and a positive feeling of cohesion within a group of individuals.
There are of course many ways to achieve this but we have found that participating in an activity that is both fun and engaging, on both a mental and physical level, is a great way to get people’s enthusiasm up.
One of the most motivational, effective and fun methods we have of delivering a corporate team building event is to turn the audience into one giant Interactive Orchestra!
Most people attending an interactive team building activity will never have had the experience of being an active part in a fun orchestra with their peers.
This fact alone will spark the attendees’ interest and keep them actively involved in the team exercise.
The smiles we see on participant’s faces light up the room. The exhilarating experience of being part of a ‘living’ orchestra is virtually a bucket list activity for almost everyone involved.
We do not only cater for Large groups and teams. Smaller group team building events are much more intimate; the essence of the motivation and fun-factor where everybody taps into the group energy remains the same for smaller groups.
Larger team building events are even more compelling in that the orchestra can be up to 12,000 delegates. (yes…we have 12,000 drums!). The larger group events would be done in theater- or conference style layouts, while the smaller events might typically be done in a circle or semi-circle layout.
Smaller event groups range from 10 to 50 pax , with larger groups reaching up to 12000 pax.
Ideas for Fun Corporate and Private Team Building activities
Some of the fun team building activities that Drum Cafe have created for Corporate and Private team building events include:
Creating a company song involving drumming to be performed and captured on video.
Splitting the group into smaller breakout groups in order to create a slightly competitive feeling; each with their own facilitator.
Building the Drum workshop into the presentation. This enables audience participation during key moments of the show in order to keep delegates wide awake, interested and their attention focused.