Training and Development Drum Circles

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Drum circles are used in business and professional settings as a developmental tool to illustrate the principles and advantages of teamwork, the value of diverse abilities, and the benefits of developing camaraderie among co-workers. Many corporations seeking to provide beneficial activities for their employees look to drum circles as a way to promote a sense of partnership, reduce stress, and encourage healthy peer relationships.

Benefits of training & development drum circles include:

  • illustrating the benefits of diversity;
  • showing that by cooperating, people can achieve more together than they could alone (synergy);
  • new and strengthened peer relationships, created through cooperation, that carry over into the workplace

Interactive drumming programmes develop confidence, communication and motivation. Each participant takes away a real sense of personal achievement and enjoyment. This helps build a happier workplace by:

  • Creating strong working relationships and team spirit
  • Promoting effective communication
  • Experiencing and developing coaching skills
  • Building cooperation and interaction
The Outcomes You Can Expect for Your Organisation

Corporate drumming creates a powerful metaphor for effective teamwork, while improving mood and decreasing fatigue. The results you can expect for your organisation is that drumming will:

  • Reduce Stress
  • Boost morale
  • Re-ignite purpose
  • Improve employee loyalty
  • Infuse creativity
  • Increase workplace satisfaction