Facing New Challenges

Growth means change and change involves risk, stepping from the known to the unknown… 

Facing New Challenges is a circus skills-themed development workshop. It’s an interactive, energetic, noisy and always fun intervention that uses the teaching of a series of carefully selected activities to bring new insights into how attitude and approach affects individual & team performance and effectiveness.

Event Details

Group Size:
15 - 300
Venue:
Indoor
Time:
1.5h - 2h
Price Guide:
£1295+
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Facing New Challenges

Facing New Challenges is a circus skills-themed development workshop.

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How it works

Working in teams, delegates are taught up to four new skills by professional performance and development coaches using accelerated learning techniques. Later on each team will be asked to demonstrate their newly acquired skills in a showcase to be viewed by the whole group. Finally the whole group has the option of coming together to undertake the ultimate challenge of ‘Blindfold Scimitar Throwing’!

Who it’s for

Facing New Challenges works equally well for both new and established teams e.g. leadership teams, operational teams, project teams, sales teams, going through change and looking for ways to learn more about each other, play to strengths and work more collaboratively and supportively. It’s beneficial for cross-functional and multi-disciplinary teams – large and small.

 

 

Key features

  • Professional performance & development coaches
  • A variety of circus themed skills-based activities
  • Team & group sessions
  • Positioning & reviewing activities against workplace context
  • Performance finale

Key benefits

  • Fun, shared learning experience
  • Acquisition of new skills
  • Supportive team working environment
  • Back to work learning transfer
  • Acknowledgement of personal & group achievement
  • Stretching participants within their comfort zones