Enter to win a free musical team building program for your group. This is our full program including the fun, value, learning and ROI that accompanies all our events. Tell your story, write a song, create a lasting take-away, enhance team communication and inspire innovation.
Please answer the following questions to create a compelling reason for your team to win a free program. Or submit any reasons or explanations you’d like to. Dream a little, be creative, submit a video if you want to.
- Why do you want to do a team building program?
- Are there any specific reasons your group needs to do some team building?
- Do you have any objectives and goals?
- What do you hope to take away from the experience and how might it help your team?
How to enter
Post your entry below in the comments section. Make sure to include your name and email as required for blog comment submissions. After you post to this blog page, to complete your contest submission, please do one of the following:
Post on Twitter: I just entered the #Kidbilly Music Team Building Song Contest. Insert a link to this blog post in your tweet.
Post on Kidbilly Music Facebook Page: I just entered the #Kidbilly Music Team Building Song Contest. Insert a link to this blog post.
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The fine print
The program will be limited to groups of between 6 to 30 participants. If you are located outside of the Metro Nashville, TN area, you will be required to pay travel expenses for Kidbilly Music songwriter-facilitator. Program will be scheduled at a time mutually agreed upon by the contest winner and Kidbilly Music during the year 2011. Employees of Kidbilly Music, LLC or relatives of officers or employees of Kidbilly Music, LLC are not permitted to enter. Contest ends on 12/23/10. Winner will be announced on 1/31/11.
David Hutchens is an author, business writer and learning designer who creates communication solutions for business. He is creator of the Learning Fables – a book series that uses narrative and metaphor to illustrate principles of organizational learning. The popular books have been translated into more than a dozen languages.
Jessica L. Levin, MBA, CMP, is President of Seven Degrees Communications. Her background is in strategic marketing, conference planning and using social technology to help build business relationships. She is a well known consultant and speaker.
Billy Kirsch, President of Kidbilly Music, is a Grammy nominated & CMA award winning hit songwriter passionate about helping people rediscover their creativity to become more innovative and engaged in their work.