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Team Building workshops

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If your employee of the month looks like this, you might want to think about a team building workshop!!

Team building is an essential service for businesses looking to achieve success. With our team building activities, we focus on developing the right side of the brain to enhance skills such as empathy, creativity, humor, and acceptance of ideas, while also recognizing the different personalities of each individual. Through this, we create an environment of collaboration, trust, and cohesion that can be applied to the workplace. 


In addition, our goal is to break down the silo effect, enhance camaraderie, help people to get to know each other in a way that makes a deeper connection, improve confidence, and learn to laugh and have fun.


Once the team building exercises have been practiced for a few weeks, the temporary neural connections become stronger and more permanent, making skills such as quick thinking, humor, and empathy much easier to utilize.


Our goal is to make the next water cooler conversation more about bonding as a group, thinking as a team member, and incorporating the philosophy that not only is the sum greater than its parts, it can be a lot more fun too.


➔ Learn to nurture the right side of the brain to help with creativity

➔ Develop a new skill set to improve quick thinking skills

➔ Improve public speaking skills and self-confidence with exercises that have been taught at Stanford University

➔ Enhance active listening skills through observation and interaction

➔ Leave the workshop with a list of exercises to practice at your leisure to help strengthen right brain thinking

2 hour, 3 hour, and 4 hour workshops available

No matter which option you choose, Beta Test comes to your place of business (or off-site venue) to facilitate the interactive speech/workshop.


Please call or email for a detailed pricing quote.

"I serve on the board and the experience with your workshop was one of the best moments in my year". 


-  Hank Talmadge, Ronald McDonald House.

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