Music Team Building Activities

My company is all about music team building activities. And at this point, I’m somewhat of a veteran in this arena. But before I stumbled into this wonderful journey that’s led me across the globe, I was an award winning hit songwriter and a jazz pianist. My clients sometimes ask me how, and why, I transitioned from writing hit songs to leading corporate groups through interactive, out-of-the box team building. That answer to the question is like many of the answers we find on creative journeys. It was mostly a happy accident.

Creative people like to experiment and they love to take the road less traveled. Part of my own creative personality is that I’m not very good at staying with the crowd and following rules. I don’t believe I’m inherently a risk taker, but I don’t let my fear stop me from trying things. That doesn’t mean I don’t suffer self-doubt, anxiety and all that usual stuff! But when I’m excited about an idea, that excitement creates a confidence that helps me power through the doubts. Several years ago, when I stumbled onto the idea of creating formal programs for music team building activities, it didn’t occur to me that I couldn’t turn that idea into a workable business. That naive confidence is always an integral part of creative success. But why should you care? You should care because if you decide to work with us and bring Team Building Through Song® to your company, you’ll get to experience the power of creativity, the positive energy and potential for innovation it can bring to your work experience.

How Our Music Team Building Activities Work…

music team building activities

Why This Works…

  • Music is a universal language and the good news is, you don’t have to be a musician to speak the language. Even if you don’t consider yourself to be musical there are songs that are part of your life. When you work with us, your team will create a song that has the same kind of impact those songs from your life have. You’ll actually write your own song, creating a powerful and lasting take-away.
  • Bottom line, this is FUN and that’s important. It’s fun because the process is informal, very real and down to earth. It’s fun because everyone on your team will transition from hesitancy to enthusiastic participation.
  • When you create your company song, you’ll discover, or re-discover, what’s most important to your organization.

I hope you’ll learn more about our music team building activities.

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