Leverage people’s passion for music in a risk-free environment
Celebrate and have fun
Get to know one another
Getting To Know You – Networking Music Team Building Fun
“Getting to know you, getting to know all about you, getting to like you!” – Oliver
‘Getting to Know You’ Networking Music Team Building Fun uses ‘getting to know you’ games that encourage everyone to move around, meet and have a memorable, fun experience with lots of other people. Depending on your group size, each participant will be able to interact, play and have fun with more than 40 new people!
Designed by Quixote Consulting founder Rob Fletcher, ‘Getting to Know You’ Networking Music Team Building Fun is specifically designed for music-related team play and team networking. ‘Getting to Know You’ Networking Music Team Building Fun encourages everyone to play together and network by leveraging people’s passion for music without anyone playing an instrument (unless they want to).
‘Getting to Know You’ Networking Music Team Building Fun connects people’s universal passion for music with your conference or dinner in a fun, risk-free environment. No musical ability needed! And everyone can play, all at the same time, no matter how large your group (500 people? No problem!) or small (actually, if you have fewer than two people, we may have a problem).
Here’s a sampling of ‘Getting to Know You’ Networking Music Team Building Fun Challenges
Got Customization?No problem, we love to customize the challenges and song choices! Do you have a specific theme you’re working with in your meeting? Communication, change, movement – these are just some of the themes past clients have asked for. What’s yours?
‘Getting to Know You’ Networking Music Team Building Fun is great for networking, at dinner, in the evening, or in situations in which teams can’t move around much but want to do something fun and interactive that energizes and builds team work while leveraging the universal passion for music.
Debrief‘Getting to Know You’ Networking Music Team Building Fun can be just for fun or can include a debrief around leveraging passion and play by a trained facilitator. The debrief can be customized for your group goals.
Minimum/Maximum Group SizeFrom 8 to 500
Program Length1-2 hours. The program can also be part of a full day of teambuilding or incorporated into a day or multi-day training and team building program using work-style assessments such as MBTI and Strengthsfinder.
Space RequirementsEnough room for each team (approximately 8 people per team) to sit at a round table.
Take Homes, ExtrasFun, musical prizes can be awarded to top-performing teams and people.
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