Corporate team building events don't always have the best reputation. Its no wonder staff generally don't look fondly on them. We are here to change that!
Glaze Craze offers structured team building exercises that use collaborative art to enhance communication, inspire creativity/adaptability to change and celebrate team effort. Like your companies goals, art cannot be achieved alone, it requires a group effort. The best way to get results is to make it fun, exactly what you need when you are searching for team building ideas!
When you book an event with us we will sit down and ask you what challenges your team is facing? What strengths your team already has? And What outcomes you need to see from the team building activity.
After the event the artwork will go back to your office as a reminder of the team when they were at their best. Who they were when they were collaborating, communicating, risking and trusting. We will discuss these points at the debriefing to ensure you get long lasting results.
The best times to have a team building event with are:
1) With a new team
2) When your team is facing challenges.
3) As a reward. They worked as a team, now its time to play as a team and strengthen and renew their abilities even more.
4) To shape a team. Maybe you have lost members or procedures have changed. A renewed team building event to get them back on track.
We offer a barrier-free team building experience that has no limitations based on a person's size or ability.
If you are interested in having an event with us, feel free to check out some of the ideas below or reach out to us with some basic details about your group and what you are needing to work on. We tailor our team events to your group and therefore time, projects and cost will vary.
To get a quote, use our contact form below and let us know the following:
-number of people participating
-what does your group need to work on? skills? (ie are you experiencing budget cuts? Is it a new team? etc)
-Is there a particular art medium we offer you are wanting to use? (ie pottery painting, clay, glass, canvas, etc)
-Are you coming to us? Or are we coming to you?