Team Building

November 29, 2017

Open your conference with Human Rhythms

no-repeat;center top;; auto Stand back and watch this wonder turn into 100% participation within minutes no-repeat;center top;; auto no-repeat;center top;; auto no-repeat;center top;; auto Conference groups come in many different shapes and sizes, but one thing is relevant for all events – everyone involved needs to work well together in order to […]
November 2, 2017

What will your conference delegates see

No matter what size of group or type or style of venue, we have a set up that will suit the job at hand As you can see from these images, we’ve set our drums up in many venues for very different group sizes. We have set our drums up in venues […]
October 30, 2017

Team building ideas – new or not

Sometimes, team building is about practicing …. over and over again Most of the time everyone seems to be focused on finding new things, new ideas or new ways to build or engage a team. My question is why? Or another question – is new necessarily better? Why are new team building […]
October 30, 2017

Happy people are good for business

Team Building with Human Rhythms Teamwork should be fun! With the pressures in business today it can be easy to overlook employee’s happiness. Often, even the small gestures can make a tremendous impact on company morale and, in turn, success of business overall Often, even the small gestures can make a tremendous […]
October 29, 2017
team building with carter holt harvey

More than the sum of the parts

Great teams are more than the sum of the parts Great teams understand the what, who, why, where, when, and how of working together. They understand why they’re a team in the first place; their team roles play to their individual strengths; they’ve agreed where they want and need to go; they […]
October 30, 2017

Team building ideas – new or not

Sometimes, team building is about practicing …. over and over again Most of the time everyone seems to be focused on finding new things, new ideas or new ways to build or engage a team. My question is why? Or another question – is new necessarily better? Why are new team building […]