When it comes to team building one size certainly does not fit all. Inspire Me team building experiences are structured to promote teamwork, stepping out of comfort zones, open communication, ownership and improved performance all in a fun and relaxed environment. They are fantastic for managing change, refreshing your company message, or just stepping out of the office for a day of fun and reflection. Whatever you choose we’ll get your whole team working together, solving problems, bonding, buzzing and laughing…they’re a blast!
We’ll work with you to ensure that your outcomes are achieved and we leave your people with a positive shared experience and a fresh perspective on your working environment.
“Utterly professional and fabulous from the planning, right through to the event itself. Our 180 Water Babies Teachers went home absolutely buzzing after yesterday thank you so much!”
events, 3 happy clients
“If your organisation wants a memorable way to create instant team focus, engender collaboration or simply a metaphor for overcoming a challenge through teamwork, then Sing & Inspire is a fantastic way to achieve your goal. We cannot recommend them highly enough.”
leaders, 12 mindsets changed, Cardiff
Mindset and behaviour really changed for the team post session.
The approach is very different. Everyone left on a high and I would certainly recommend, all of my team has changed at least one thing since his session, most have taken multiple actions away. This is certainly an team building activity to get in if your team needs new focus and in particular any business going through change or a tough quarter/year.
broken arrows, 45 people, Cheltenham
"You nailed it.... Again! You and Jermaine really listened to my worries for the team and created a session that allowed people to be taken along on their own journeys, be that resilience for future change or current mindset limitations. For me to see team members have epiphany moments, in some cases for really deeply personal things that have held them back (in their own words) for a while, was so very humbling."
Participants, Canary Wharf