ONE TEAM, ONE VOICE team building, group singing workshop presented by Creative Universe

One Team One Voice workshop by Tania de Jong AM
Presented by Creative Universe –
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When / why would you book this workshop?
· Communication and team building for new teams
· Communication and team building within siloed organisations
· Perspective shift / warm-up/ energiser (great at the start of a conference or retreat)
· Add variety, engagement and challenge to a conference or other meeting program
· Help build teams post-merger or restructure and to deal with change
· Release work related tension and frustrations in a constructive environment
· Reward and incentive
· Inspire creativity and foster innovation, “out-of-the-box” thinking
· Step outside your comfort zone and see yourself and others with new eyes
· Removal of self-limiting beliefs
· Challenge, engage and motivate your people and teams
· Improve self esteem and company morale
· Increase focus, thereby reduce stress
· Sense of camaraderie and teamwork
· Improve communication between business units
· Help build teams post-merger or restructure and to deal with change
· Common understanding & sense of purpose
· Energise and add variety to a conference or other meeting program
· Recognize and reward top performers or a specific department or group
· Release work related tension and frustrations in a constructive environment
Many organizations today have turned to workplace innovation programs in the conviction that creativity is one key to competitive survival. And organizations know their ability to innovate lies in the creativity and abilities of their people. The individual needs to understand and adopt internal thinking processes that increase the potential for new thinking. Organizations have to do the same. The workshop will offer a powerful and transformational team leadership development experience in which self-limiting beliefs are removed and participants will find a new paradigm for ideas, potential and possibility.
Research clearly shows the need to engage the right side of the brain to unlock our creative thought processes. The key to unlock this right side function, that is easiest to access, is music. This is why music in its various forms is so popular with people of all backgrounds. Whatever the role, function, department or level music is a universal language and leveller. Its power to generate open mindedness and creative thoughts is immense. Everyone can make a vital contribution to the energy within the organization by feeling free to express themselves.
In this workshop we use a variety of non-threatening, yet highly engaging processes to bring people together and build trust through the power of music. This leads to generating of new streams of thoughts and ideas for business development. Importantly the group engagement factor lifts immeasurably through the shared experiences. By engaging the creative right side of the brain with the logical left side, we bring a powerful whole-of-mind engagement process to all participants. This is then leveraged to create a shared vision and ownership of the goals of the organisation.
This is a brilliant team building activity designed to heighten wellbeing, creativity and innovation, emotional expression and self awareness. We have successfully delivered this approach to groups ranging from executive teams of 10 to entire departments and companies and more than 1000 delegates at national and international conferences and special events. Industries have ranged from banking, finance and accounting to resources, retail, IT and telecommunications. The results are meaningful, magical and measurable.
“The program is most useful in transforming and building a stronger and more cohesive team.” Visionstream/Leightons
“A great activity that really brought together our 250 HR leaders as one team. We started with 70% saying they couldn’t sing and finished with an amazing four-part harmony song that they really were proud of. Highly recommended to create a ‘can do’culture!” Telstra


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