Building Bridges

Someone else is already building walls – so let’s focus on building bridges! Material such as cardboard boxes and tape can be used to run a very interesting team building programme if you have the right facilitators. If you don’t, you can simply pass all the materials to your participants and have them build a large cardboard bridge as one team! Our clients at ESSEC Business School had a great time working both competitively and collaboratively when we facilitated this programme for them at their office. It took about 2-3 hours and we ran it for less than 20 people. Very meaningful and satisfactory session for all of us at Get Out! Events!

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