An exciting and inclusive energising and team building junk percussion workshop, bringing small groups together for a big olympic style drumming finale!
What we offer:
- Objectives and outcomes
- Teambuilding drumming activities
- Tailored percussion and drumming workshop
- Musical Leadership Development Workshops
- Icebreaker drumming Sessions
- Energiser drumming Sessions
The Clatteratti! drum circles illustrate the principles of team work within a structured and supportive environment. This Team Building Drumming Activity provides a collaborative platform for your team. Guided by our facilitators the drum circle becomes a vehicle of creative expression that transcends social obstacles. Many businesses seeking to provide beneficial activities for their employees look at the drum circle as a way to promote a sense of partnership, reduce stress levels, produce peak performances and encourage healthy peer relationships. Our high impact interactive drumming sessions deliver a real sense of personal achievement while establishing a strong sense of team and unity.
Objectives and outcomes:
- Generate a mental aptitude for inclusivity
- Develop self expression and listening skills
- Stimulate creative thought process
- Promote co-operation
- Reduce stress levels
- Demonstrate the individual effects on the larger whole
- Define a common ground for the team
- Illustrate the benefits of diversity Ice Breaking
- A Clatteratti ice breaking drum session is a powerful way to open or close conferences.
- To revitalise and re-focus participants between presentations or before speeches or awards. It is also a great way to end off on a guaranteed high note at the end of a meeting. Traditionally, drumming has been used as a prelude to community functions. Open your conference with group drumming and get off to a powerful start. Drumming quickly breaks the ice and breaks barriers between participants. To relax and invigorate participants, treat them to a break-out drumming session in-between speeches and presentations. Since companies spend a lot of money arranging conferences, it’s vital that participants remain focused and connected.