The Drumming Up A Team program offers a wonderful opportunity to engage and energize teamwork and harmony. It is a team building activity with proven benefits in increasing employee satisfaction, loyalty and productivity while decreasing stress. With TeamBonding leading the way, your team will experience an unforgettable surge of energy and enthusiasm that is natural and rejuvenating. Suitable for groups of any size, Drumming Up A Team maximizes the opportunity to harness the power of a group in sync. Imagine your whole organization making music together – music that represents the harmony of teamwork and collaborative effort.
NUTS AND BOLTS:
- Programs available using different types of instruments to fit a wide range of budgets, as well as any sound, time and space constraints.
- All participants often play percussion together
- Small “take-away” percussion instruments, with or without your logo or theme imprinted, are also available for your group members to keep as fun, playable mementos of your event.
- Check out all the different variations of what we can do for your team under customization!
Approximately 2 hours
An indoor or outdoor area large enough to hold your entire group sitting in a circle. 10 sq ft per participant is a good guide. Remember, pick somewhere you can make some noise!
“This was awesome; the best thing we ever did as a team! It was a great celebration and magical event. Since then many people in our team have commented how much they loved the drumming and how great it was for the team. People are laughing and having much more fun at work now.”D.M. – eBay
“I particularly appreciated the skillful way in which you drew parallels between the theme of our conference, and the essential principles needed to make great harmonious music.”Ralph Norris, CEO, Air New Zealand
“Best company party in years!”L.K. – Shell Oil
“It was excellent and a rewarding experience. Jim is an inspiring individual and I will certainly be recommending the event to other teams.”J.D. – GE Healthcare
“The team had a blast playing the drums. The facilitator and his assistant were great interacting with the group and making sure that everyone was involved. Everyone had a great time. Many thanks.”A.L. – EMD Serono