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Team Building

Build highly, effective, friendly & confident teams that deliver beyond expectations

Some of our clients

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“Dayan and the team never fail to deliver a great event every time”
Nursyafira Aidros,

Training & Org Development (HR) MSM


"Sazali, the lead trainer was fantastic. The team was buzzing and everyone finished the weekend with a new level of energy”
Asmadi Aziz,
Training Coordinator, Securities Commission Malaysia

 

Team Building Programmes.

We are experts at creating team building programs to achieve your goals. From single events to an ongoing plan to develop and mature your teams over time - let us do the hard work in planning and coordinating.
 
We'll help you from A-Z on your team building program by:

  • Diagnosing your team needs

  • Picking the right fun activities for you

  • Getting your hotel quotes

  • Sorting our logistics

  • Sorting our T shirts

  • Private dinners etc


Our program can help you with
Team cohesion (great if you have a lot of new starters)

  • Boosting team morale

  • Employee engagement

  • Positive collaboration

  • Positive work culture

  • Vision, mission and value alignment

  • Building functional teams

 

Duration:

1-3 days

 

No of Participants:

Anywhere between 15-400

 
 
 
 

Select your activities to customise your Team Building Program:

 

Dark Side of the Moon

 

The only thing that is certain in today’s business is that everything is uncertain.

 

A 2 hour fun activity where teams are forced to manage uncertainty by being blindfolded and given very little instructions and minimum resources to form a square structure.

 

Watch the fun and laughter unfold at the beginning when chaos reigns. With effective leadership, proper execution and communication, teams are empowered and realise uncertainty can be conquered. 

 

Why Dark Side of the Moon:

 

Manage uncertainty by:
  • First, understanding that uncertainty is normal in today’s business world and a winning team expects uncertainty and ambiguity

  • Understanding that we are all leaders and paradoxically all followers

  • Getting Leaders to take charge to get things moving, but being aware that sometimes leaders don't have all the answers and followers can be central to the solution by providing feedback and in a way occupy the role of leadership

  • Adopting the Stockdale Paradox which was highlighted in Jim Collins Good to Great i.e maintaining unwavering faith that all problems are solvable but only if you confront the brutal facts

 

What’s Included:
  • A tailored programme and design

  • A minimum 1 hour of fun followed by a 30 minute debrief

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great outdoor activity that can be used as a wrap up activity where everyone works towards a common goal

  • Suitable for 30 - 120 persons

 

 

 

 

Cast Away

 

A fun splashing activity that teaches participants about managing resources and being innovative through research.

 

Participants are assigned to build a raft using card board boxes, masking tape & plastic bags to meet a certain pre-briefed criteria.

 

They are not allowed to attain resources beyond the confines of the swimming pool/beach.  Teams are expected to enter a relay race where all members must paddle to a point at sea or the pool on the raft that was built without sinking.

 

Why Cast Away:
  • Get teams to produce results with limited resources by managing resources

  • Get participants to understand with a little creativity and research, teams can produce great results despite seemingly impossible tasks

  • It’s also a great activity to have a fun splashing time to generate and mature team bonds

 

What’s Included:
  • A tailored programme and design

  • A minimum of 2 hours of fun followed by a 15 minute debrief

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great outdoor activity to create team bond and amazing take-aways

  • Suitable for 30 - 80 persons

Production Line

 

Learn the importance of the supply chain link through this fun outdoor activity.

 

Participants simulate a production line in a factory setting.

In the process part of the event, the team will also be assigned the job of quality control and must record the production rate in twenty second periods.

 

Teams are advised how to produce the most in twenty second periods by incorporating systems.

 

Teams then set off to produce the largest quantity of products in the shortest period of time. However, shortly after they have become used to the system, an array of changes are introduced. These include things such as certain participants being taken out of the equation, being a situation where they are on leave or have resigned, some are blindfolded, being a power failure, the trainers are not buying because they are buying from someone else as there is another factory producing at a cheaper and faster rate – etc, etc.

 

Teams then have to deal with this change.

 

Why Production Line:

 

Improve productivity by getting teams:
  • To understand  the impact of system variables on productivity, teamwork and change interventions

  • To display that in a team every member is accountable for outcomes

  • To display that in a team every member needs to add value to the customer

  • To display that that they should alter their expectations and move beyond the “that’s not my job mentality” and focus on the bottom line

  • Behave like they are in business for themselves

 

What’s Included:
  • A tailored programme and design

  • A minimum of 45 minutes of fun followed by a 20 minute debrief

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great outdoor activity to start a team building program and build the spirit of competition

  • Suitable for multiple sized groups

The Bushido Code

 

The unwritten Samurai code of conduct, known as Bushido, held that the true warrior must hold that loyalty, courage, veracity, compassion, and honor are more important attributes than all else.

 

Enter a function room that will be converted into a samurai dojo. Walk into a room which impacts all your senses, Japanese Akira music, a darkened room lit by candles, facilitators dressed as samurai where Participants duel in non-contact competition that will test their mental and physical strengths.

 

Why Bushido Code:

 

Improve performance by:
  • Supporting your team members to get into the zone

  • Practicing kaizen to constantly improve and produce better results

  • rejecting mediocrity and having a mindset of excellence where everybody spurs each other to greater heights and results

 

What’s Included:
  • A tailored programme and design

  • A minimum of 1.5 hours of competition and fun followed by a 20 minute debrief

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great night activity after dinner

  • Suitable for 30 - 80 people

 

 

 

 

Being Customer Centric - The Tender

 

Every team has a customer. It can be an external customer or an internal customer.

 

In this fun activity, participants are assigned to build an airplane to meet certain pre-set criteria of a customer using newspaper. They play the role of contractors bidding for an airplane contract based on the requirements of the customer.

 

Why the Tender:

 

Improve service levels:
  • By meeting and exceeding customer needs

  • By learning how specific questions impact the end result

  • By understanding the impact on behaviour once you put yourself in the customer’s shoes

  • By identifying areas of service which need to improve in the organization

  • By keeping promises which can impact the trust and loyalty of the customer

 

What’s Included:
  • A tailored programme and design

  • A minimum of 1.5 hours of competition and fun followed by a 30 minute debrief

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great day or night activity

  • Suitable for 30 - 100 people

 

 

 

 

The Mafia - Building Trust

 

Trust is the foundation of any team. But trust is more than just good intentions.

 

In this fun indoor activity, Participants are tasked to complete a puzzle. The challenge is that they are told that they will have a mafia in each group whose aim is to sabotage the completion of the puzzle.

 

Why The Mafia:

 

Build trust:
  • By understanding that human beings are quick to judge and that will never change

  • By managing perceptions and being a role model

  • By understanding that it is every team members responsibility to build a culture that is positive and performance driven

  • By understanding that the blame game and pointing fingers only leads to a negative culture which destroys the work environment

 

What’s Included:
  • A tailored programme and design

  • A fun 1 hour activity followed by a 30 minute debrief

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great day or night indoor activity

  • Suitable for 25 - 150 people

 

 

 

 

The Personality Mix

 

Every office has all sorts of characters from different backgrounds and different personalities.

 

In this creative comical activity, each participant is given a character at random such as Superman, Sharukh Khan, Dr Tun Majathir etc. Each character will not have an obvious logical relationship to another. They are to create a skit connecting all these characters in the most logical manner.

 

Why The Personality Mix:
  • To learn that at the work place there are all sorts of personalities and one cannot choose their boss, subordinates or colleagues most of the time

  • To learn to work despite the differences

  • To understand the strengths and weaknesses of different personalities by doing a personality test

 

What’s Included:
  • A tailored programme and design

  • A fun 2 hour activity followed by a 30 minute debrief

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great night indoor activity

  • Suitable for 25 - 50 people

 

 

 

 

The East India Company

 

Learn that in today’s business, one must take risks and be flexible with your plan.

 

Participants engage in a simulated board game where the objective of the game is to sail to a port and trade there for three rounds. In the process, participants will have to make decisions as to whether to take a safe route or manage risk where there are shorter ways to the finish line but higher risks are involved.

 

Why The East India Company:
 
Learn to manage risk by:
  • Knowing what’s important through information management

  • Understanding that there will always be surprises in the market place and teams that adapt the quickest to these challenges are the ones that win

  • High risk can be managed through information flow

 

What’s Included:
  • A tailored programme and design

  • A fun 3 hour activity followed by a 30 minute debrief

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great indoor activity

  • Suitable for 25 - 70 people

 

 

 

 

Textile Trading

 

Competing all the time may not necessarily translate into a successful business. Knowing when to compete and collaborate can sometimes be the winning difference.

 

Teams are textile traders that need to sell their textile to a popular clothing brand. However, the market segment of each team will depend on its’ pricing. Teams therefore have to decide on price strategy to maximise profits.

 

Why Textile Trading:

 

Manage trust by:
  • Knowing when to compete and when to collaborate when working with a team to dominate business

  • By knowing once trust is lost, it’s very difficult to win it back

 

What’s Included:
  • A tailored programme and design

  • A fun 1 hour activity followed by a 20 minute debrief

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great indoor activity

  • Suitable for 25 - 60 people

 

 

 

 

Helium Stick

 

A deceptively simple task that seems so unexplainable which forces teams to work together and communicate robustly.

 

Participants are to hold a light weight (helium stick) by only using their index finger. Participants are not allowed to pinch or hold the stick, the stick can only rest on their index fingers. The objective is to lower the helium stick to the floor whilst maintaining contact to the stick at all times. The stick will however mysteriously float.

 

Why Helium Stick:

 

Learn to communicate and solve problems as a team by:
  • First finding out why the stick is rising - root cause analysis

  • Leaders discover that just by shouting the desired results does not get the team the results

  • Teams have to study the problem and communicate without fear of position and interest to ensure that the desired result is obtained

 

What’s Included:
  • A tailored programme and design

  • A fun 1 hour activity followed by a 15 minute debrief

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great indoor activity

  • Suitable for 25 - 60 people

 

 

 

 

Zoom

 

This engaging group activity helps develop communication skills, perspective taking, and problem solving skills.

 

This game is based on the intriguing, wordless picture book collection "Zoom" by Istvan Banyai which consists of 30 sequential "pictures within pictures".  The Zoom narrative moves from a rooster to a ship to a city street to a desert island and outer space. 

 

The challenge is for the group to sequence the pictures in the correct order without looking at one another's pictures.

 

Why Zoom:

 

Learn to obtain results as a team by:
  • Keeping the big picture in mind but also paying attention to the details in front of you

  • To work out that for sub-groups have to form effective processes to bring everyone together as one

                                               

What’s Included:
  • A tailored programme and design

  • A fun 1 hour activity followed by a 20 minute debrief

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great wrap up activity that brings the entire team together as one

  • Suitable for 30 - 120 people

 

 

 

 

Join the Picture

 

You can be working in different locations or departments, handling different functions, but ultimately you should come together as one to share one vision.

 

Participants are to re-draw a picture in separate parts and put all the parts together to form one big picture of a logo given to them. They will divided into 4 stations and designated an individual space within the training room. They will simulate individual departments working towards a common goal.

 

Why Join the Picture:

 

Learn to come together as one by:
  • Communicating the right message within departments and to other departments

  • Learning the importance of a leader in monitoring and supervising a project and how leaders and followers have to constantly communicate in order to get things right

  • Realising the importance of agreeing before embarking and understanding before executing

 

What’s Included:
  • A tailored programme and design

  • A fun 1 hour activity followed by a 20 minute debrief

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great wrap up activity that brings the entire team together as one

  • Suitable for 30 - 120 people

 

 

 

 

 

Corporate Team Competition

 

The winning organisation today is an organisation that manages resources, optimises processes, and creates a vision community.

This fun 2 hour outdoor activity does exactly that, whilst giving teams a sense of competition.

 

This Challenge comprises of four activities conducted concurrently at four different stations. Teams will rotate through each activity.

 

Activities can be selected from the following:

 

Mission 1 - Entrapment :

A cube of web is made out of string, and participants have to escape from the maze. Participants in the cubed web will be guided by participants outside the cube.

 

Mission 2  - Radioactive:

Participants are to remove tumblers of coloured water (radioactive material) from a marked square on the ground using only string and rubber bands.

 

Mission 3 - Sky Wire:

Participants aim to build the tallest straight antenna out of pvc pipes and connectors. The ultimate aim is to keep the antenna straight.

 

Mission 4 - Waterworks:

Teams are asked to fill as many pails with water using open-ended PVC tubes.

 

Mission 5 - Mine Field:

Participants are to walk across a designated area filled with mines (paper plates stuck to the ground) blind folded. The objective is not to step on a mine. Their way out is instructed by teammates verbally.

 

Mission 6 - Team Checkers:

Teams are given a board game very similar to checkers where the whole game revolves around thinking ahead and communicating as a team.

 

Mission 7 - Blocks:

Participants form the tiles of a puzzle in number blocks and have to rearrange themselves so that one block can escape the puzzle through a small exit.

 

Mission 8 - 777:

Participants are to locate seven of seven different items i.e seven insects, seven leaves, seven pebbles etc

 

 

Why Corporate Team Competition:

 

Improve Productivity and have fun at the same time by:
  • Managing resources and thinking innovatively

  • Optimising processes based on results

  • Coordinating and Communicating robustly without fear

  • Creating a vision community by constantly reminding others of the goal

  • Displaying perseverance and not giving up to win

 

What’s Included:
  • A fun 2 hour activity followed by a 45 minute debrief

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great outdoor activity

  • Suitable for 25 - 150 people

 

 

 

 

Game Show:

 

Change your dinner into a fun game show. We will host the dinner where a game show will be engineered that revolves around your organisation and other popular categories such as sport, geography, music etc. Teams compete by giving the right answer using wireless equipment. Games will be in the style of popular TV game shows such as Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy, etc.

 

Why Game Show:
  • Make your dinner more lively engaging in a real-time game show

  • Generate team bonds and a sense of competition

  • Incorporate organisational values into the show

 

What’s Included:
  • A fun 1 hour activity

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great night activity

  • Suitable for 50 - 200 people

 

 

 

 

Obstacle Course and Flying Fox

 

Bring out the sense of adventure in your team and push beyond boundaries! This Challenge will comprise 4 possible activities that will test your sense of adventure. These are Obstacle Course, High Rope Challenge, Low Rope Challenge and the Flying Fox

 

Why Obstacle Course and Flying Fox:
  • Bring out a sense of adventure in your team building program

  • Conquer fears and push beyond boundaries

  • Spur each other on to overcome personal hurdles

 

What’s Included:
  • An adventurous  2-3 hour activity

  • Amazing facilitators to operate the event

  • A great outdoor activity

  • Suitable for 20 - 50 people