DISC (behavioral style) was developed in 1920 by Dr. Marston, an American psychologist, through his study of human behavior patterns. Behavioral personality can be summarised into four ‘basic elements’, each of which is a reflection of the individual’s way of dealing with things. Objective: Through DISC (Behavioural Styles), you can re-acquaint yourself and others with their behavioural styles, thereby enhancing your communication skills and reducing unnecessary misunderstandings in the communication process. By mastering behavioural styles, you will definitely improve your work efficiency and interpersonal relationships. Features： Self-understanding Improving personal communication skills and techniques Improving personal productivity
Team Building Activities
Corporate teams build real teams through self-knowledge and collaborative tasks!
Coaching, character learning, understanding yourself and understanding your team!
Founded by Yaron Golan and Efrat Shani in Israel, Points of You® (POY) is a coaching and facilitation tool that has been developed since 2006 and is available in 147 countries, in 25 languages, and used by over 100,000 people worldwide! Content: Find your personal inspiration at work or in your life through the Point of you workshop to enhance your sensitivity and intuition in the workplace. Features: About learning in the right way Want to find your personal identity and workplace strengths Want to be ahead of your peers Improving your competitiveness Explore your inner emotions Training to
Trust Game In two rows, two people hold a wooden stick together, thus forming an aerial ladder on which participants take turns to walk. Highlights of the training programme:_____________ Team Building Team coordination skills Communication skills Trust building Duration: 1 hour Number of participants: 10-20 Language: Cantonese / Mandarin / English Quote Now
Balance beam Working as a team, the team crossed a balance beam and all crossed it to reach the other end. Key Training: Ability to assist each other Immediate responsiveness Team Cohesion Duration: 1 hour Number of participants: 10-20 Language: Cantonese / Mandarin / English Quote Now
Climbing Climbing up the artificial rocks is a challenge to one’s guts and physical fitness, with several team members pulling safety ropes and expert assistance, making it very safe and exciting. Key Training : Overcoming the fear of heights Challenge yourself Team Trust Duration: 1-2 hours Number of participants: 10-30 Language: Cantonese / Mandarin / English Quote Now
Blind Trail Use a rope as a cue to navigate through different tasks and challenges in the dark. Key Training Items: Sensory Sensitivity Training Breaking the Comfort Zone Self-challenge Duration: 2 hours Number of people: 5 – 50 people Languages: Cantonese / Mandarin / English Quote Now
Bamboo raft Using bamboo and large plastic buckets, the team will work together to build a raft and transport the whole team out to sea to complete the mission around the designated target within the designated time. Key Training Items: Teamwork Communication skills Organisational skills Duration: 2-3 hours Number of participants: 10-80 Languages: Cantonese / Mandarin / English Quote Now
Workshop content: The deeper you understand your personality, expectations, emotions, and values in the process of choosing and meeting a partner, the more complete you will be and the more capable you will be of managing an intimate relationship. The MBTI is used by approximately 2.5 million people worldwide each year, making it the most well-known and authoritative personality test in the world today. Objective of the workshop: To help understand how the different personality traits that individuals are born with affect our interpersonal interactions, the way we process information, our decision-making patterns and our lifestyles. This workshop will
Originally from South Africa, Lego Six Bricks and PlayBox emphasize the development of the whole person, using ‘play’ to promote cognitive, creative, physical, emotional, and social development. The Asian LEGO Play Box and Six Bricks master trainers have combined the concept with theories of brain neurology, developmental psychology, and positive psychology to enable the use of colorful, creative LEGO multi-blocks in a wide range of activities and applications in areas such as children’s learning, whole-person education, counseling and consultation, corporate training, employee assistance programs (EAP), social welfare activities, and age-based programs. A team activity that combines creativity, problem solving and
ANGLEBALL Invented in the USA, the ANGLEBALL, inspired by traditional Indian tribal sports, has a target ball on a three-meter high post, which is used as a target for shooting. The game can be played in a touch rugby style or handball style for flexibility. The rules and techniques are simple and easy to understand. Key Training Items: Promoting team spirit Team Cohesion Communication Skills Establishing effective group communication patterns Possible team topics: division of labour, solidarity, building trust, mutual understanding, communication skills, presentation skills Rating Stimulation 3.5 Stars Technical Requirements 2 Stars Cooperative 4 Stars Physical requirements 4 Stars
Smakaball activities require coordinated passing and catching and positioning, tacit understanding, and training in cooperative skills. It requires proper communication and coordination between staff. This activity is a low skill and can be played by all levels of fitness, making it ideal for small company training. Key training : Enhancing Centripetal Force Team Cohesion Communication Skills Establishing effective group communication patterns Possible team topics: division of labour, solidarity, building trust, mutual understanding, communication skills, presentation skills Rating Stimulation 2.5 Stars Technical Requirements 2 Stars Cooperative 4 Stars Physical requirements 3 Stars Strategic 3 Stars Duration: from 1 hour Number of
The VX ball is a combination of dodgeball, stick tennis, and canoeing, with a rare double-headed design that tests the player’s left and right-hand coordination. The soft VX ball uses a safer sponge ball, and the rules of dribbling have been removed, making it an entry-level VX ball experience that can be played without fear of injury. It can be played in a gym, activity room, or squash room and is very flexible. The court is divided into two sides and no one is allowed to enter the opponent’s court! The basic gameplay is to hit the opponent with a
The sport of dodgeball has been developed in Hong Kong for ten years and over 100 organizations have experienced it. It is easier to master than dodgeball by using the ball as an attack or pass, and the simple passing technique is the most direct physical contact between staff, thus breaking the gap between them at work. The American style of play is characterized by the use of six dodgeballs, which are softer than the single ball style. If you catch your opponent’s attack, you can put them out of the game! Key Training Items: Developing Strategies Improving team spirit