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Restart for your team

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A warm-up activity based on conversations about topics outside of everyday work. During the activity, the participants are mixed as much as possible and as a result have managed to talk with practically everyone for 2 minutes. At the end of the activity - a summary of what was learned with a story for everyone about everyone.


Focus on more than one thing

In half an hour we will learn how to juggle 3 balls. Unbelievable? Can?!  Through a positive, emotional and unifying activity, everyone will get confirmation that they just have to start acting, learning and everything will happen! The skill of juggling helps focus, develops reaction and gives special revelations about cooperation and trust in everyday life.



  • Progress in juggling;

  • Interesting revelations about the influence of a partner in juggling and in everyday life;

  • Jokes and laughter while doing something seemingly impossible.

The Zephyr Challenge

A cooperative team game with the task of building a free-standing structure from spaghetti pasta. The game is one of the most-written tasks in recent memory, played by audiences ranging from Forbes 500 executives to kindergarten students. The game is focused on the ability to solve problems in a group.

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  • The ability and experience of the team to organize the process to achieve the result;

  • Insights into the prototyping approach to problem solving;

  • Delight and surprise at the various solutions.

Team rhythm dance (in two parts)

The first steps - Sufi sword dance - an interpretation of an oriental dance, a dance with sticks, the task of which is to feel the other person and unite the whole team in a single action. Full synchronicity - a dance of team cooperation and mutual feeling in full glory, where we are one whole, which can move in perfect rhythm feeling each other.

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  • Focusing on the newly learned skill;

  • Cooperation and respect for all group members;

  • Achieving synchronicity by thinking about everyone and not yourself.

The power of the team

The team dynamics game - a fun and educational activity - demonstrates the interdependence and connection in everyday life. Everyone can hold everyone down if we distribute our forces correctly.

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Team emotions and dynamics

Demonstration of team dynamics in motion. The result of the team depends on everyone. Every inaction or action affects everyone and in the most incredible ways - "butterfly effect team."

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  • Awareness that the balance in the team is affected by everyone;

  • The revelation that we do not know exactly how we affect others;

  • Reference to leaders and confidants.

Walking on broken glass

The exercise that once gave the Latvian Basketball team the strength to achieve the highest result in the last 11 years in the European Basketball Championship. This is another opportunity to show yourself that the impossible is possible. It reveals in a very specific way the importance of being attentive and focused when moving towards a goal. These are the two main ptraits of sharpness in addition to overcoming negative beliefs and a positive charge when successfully completing this challenge.

In the program:


  • The effect of focus, acceptance on the result;

  • An opportunity to test yourself with bare feet on broken glass;

  • A collection of emotions.

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  • Mutual support and a bunch of emotions;

  • Practical evidence of concentration effects;

  • Increased ability to focus on daily tasks.

The ideal employee

Each group creates the ideal employee from the materials provided, using their abilities and imagination and understanding of the qualities required for the ideal employee. Each group alternately presents a self-made employee with nomination awards, telling about his special abilities and the necessary technical things that are definitely necessary for him to be an ideal employee.

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  • The prevailing and necessary skills and values are discussed in a fun way;

  • Connecting the game with everyday life, incl. cooperation between departments;

  • Ability to observe existing beliefs and beliefs.

Fire walking

Team building events culminating in walking on 500°C hot coals

Fire walking is an exercise in making decisions and overcoming your negative beliefs. It is an event after which the team will expand its limits of possibilities and create much closer bonds with each other. An event that will give the manager the opportunity to see the dynamics of the team, hidden positive and possibly negative leaders.

By crossing the fire and not getting burned, you will encounter and overcome your fear of the illusions created by the mind. During fire walking, participants change their belief patterns in one evening and this gives a big push to further development. Your team will be much more ready to push forward to reach new heights of results. In addition to the increase in personal motivation, the bonds and relationships between participants become stronger because they have walked through the fire together and supported each other in an event that has been special for each of them.

The duration and content of the event depends on the number of participants, and it is also adapted to the challenges and needs of the particular company. Generally, preparation for FIREWALKING involves mental exercises about making decisions, taking responsibility, and challenging one's comfort zone.  After firewalking, participants often take on higher goals and see new opportunities that would have been impossible before due to a negative thinking pattern, i.e. for fear.



  • FIREWALKING creates a HUGE sense of accomplishment and positive experience in a relatively short event.

  • It gives an unprecedented boost to team motivation and the feeling of a teammate's shoulder.

A game of stereotypes

The story "once upon a time there was a village in Finland". A fun task - a discussion with the aim of showing the process of forming stereotypes, especially in conditions of limited information. We have to deal with all kinds of people and their reactions. Understanding the process allows you to look at it more rationally.


  • The opportunity to see the diversity of values and arguments in your group;

  • The opportunity to see how easy it is to create and change beliefs about a person;

  • The opportunity to use newly acquired revelations in building daily relationships.


Visual doleadership and communication in the team

Active and creative process with practical individual and team tasks using visualization techniques and methods. A short theoretical introduction, engaging and attractive team tasks focused on cooperation - to create, develop, solve situations together to achieve the most successful result.


  • 15% Theory

  • 25% Individual assignments

  • 40% Common tasks

  • 20% Evaluation/Improvements

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  • Acquired basic skills in visual thinking and communication with the team - management / rsolutions / co-creation;

  • Getting to know the thinking/planning/decision-making and communication styles and ways of other colleagues more deeply;

  • Shared experience gained and awareness of diversity and similarity when working in a team;

  • Acquired simple and effective methods to be applied in practice to increase the efficiency of the team of employees and deepen mutual understanding.

Adventure through visual communication

Using visualization tools and working in small groups, create an adventure for each other, where, working with the "learning by doing" method, learn/analyze/improve personal competences, applying visualization in daily work as a tool for more effective communication and more successful cooperation. Teams of 3 members create adventure routes and challenge tasks for each other using only visuals.


  • 5% Assignment outline

  • 30% Cooperation in small teams

  • 25% Adventure

  • 25% Mutual feedback/improvements

  • 15% Creation of the improved version



  • Acquired basic skills in visual thinking and communication with the team - management/solutions/co-creation;

  • The opportunity for everyone individually and together in a team to realize their skills to effectively create/transmit/receive information and realize its impact;

  • Get mutual feedback on the ability to express yourself using visualization tools;

  • Experience in leading others using only self-created visual communication, as well as conscious developing competences;

  • Reacquainted with colleagues through the ways of preparing/giving/receiving information;

  • Experienced methods that you can use in your daily work in the future to present ideas and solutions using visualization.

Cooperation in a team of representatives of different cultures

Effective methods for building intercultural team cooperation, being in a work environment of different cultures + practical tasks, being aware of diversity and how to manage and build it more effectively.


  • 20% Theory

  • 40% Common tasks

  • 25% Individual tasks - evaluate your work teams in the company

  • 15% Evaluation/joint sharing of experience



  • Acquired in-depth knowledge in intercultural interaction;

  • Characteristics of different cultures are known. to be able to build more effective cooperation;

  • In-depth understanding of different styles and approaches of thinking, decision making, problem solving, achieving results;

  • Gained practical cooperation experience, knowledge and ideas for further professional and personal development.

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TEAM Building



  1. A newly formed team is starting its life or project cycle.

  2. The team, which will no longer talk to each other and in the new "normal" has slowly started to lose itself and people.

  3. For the working team, however, the remote work environment has created completely different living conditions, replacing the usual communication and interaction.

  4. For a team that needs a vision, a mission, a plan and new challenges.

  5. For a team that wants to celebrate their victories so they can start the next level of play.

In order to achieve the goals of the organization, it is important to understand whether its employees are just a group of people working under one roof and it is a friendly/unfriendly collective, or whether it is really a real work team. The basic question - what is a team and what indicators define it? If it really is a team, the leader should know at what stage of team development it is. Each of these stages has its own methods and tools, how to go towards the goal and achieve the result in a common way.

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  • A united team, newly formed or improved existing mutual relations, defined principles of communication and contact, ensuring the well-being of the working environment (wellbeing);

  • In-depth understanding of the participants about how different people are and what can be achieved through cooperation both in the work environment and individually. 

Relationship Building, OK Principle, What is a Team, Team Roles, SWID Analysis, Mission, Vision, Values, Motivation, Value Stories.


OK principle, Team Roles, SMART communication, SWID analysis, Communication and Communication, Meeting Management, Plan, Why Strategy, Circle of Competence, Motivation, Emotional Intelligence, Attitude Matrix.


Meeting management, Agile approach, Next step, Circle of goals, Three hats, Feedback, Remote work methods, Delegation, Decision making, Coaching leadership style.


Feedback, Planning Circle, People and Process Audit, Achievement Celebration.


Evaluation, Benefit, Gratitude, Next Step.


Stages of development

Proposed methods and tools

Which of these activities could be relevant for your team?

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