Fraser is a master facilitator at blending tribal drumming and music
making into a powerful, memorable corporate team building experience.
He will take you and your employees on a journey in collective creativity
that is highly energising, inspirational and a lot of fun.
Rhythm Centre Trust chairman Fraser
Bruce's background is in education, training and business development.
He has skills in music, video production and body therapy. Village Drum
Circles are a valuable tool that can be used as an element in any management
training and corporate team building program - off-site or in a conference
|The Rhythm Centre's
Corporate Team Building Workshops will work for you:
|| In any venue.
||With any sized group
||To any purpose
|Past recipient organisations
|The Watties Group,
Telecom, Clear Communications, Mercury Energy, primary and
secondary schools and various conferences throughout NZ.
single most important element... which will make a group especially
talented...is social harmony.'
Daniel Goleman, Emotional Intelligence, 1995
are facing the challenges of new ways of working. The most effective teams
today are those which are always pushing boundaries, working creatively,
exploring new territories and innovating. They are forming new partnerships
to work horizontally and vertically, while dissolving the barriers set
by old hierarchies. The Rhythm Centre can help organisations
meet this challenge with a corporate team building package to suit your
the weariness of hard, rational, focused work with a mental shift that
brings us to life, reminds us of why we're alive . . . and brings creative
inspiration to that essential head work. I call him again and again."
Warwick Pudney, Man Alive
Successful group dynamics depend
primarily on three competence factors:
• Knowing when to lead
• Knowing when to follow
Rhythm Centre corporate team building events
provide an ideal learning environment where individual success enhances
the performance of the whole group.
Self disclosure is developed through
open trust in the group process. Self acceptance is enabled by accepting
personal strengths and weaknesses and laughing at oneself. Interpersonal
awareness is demonstrated through wordless recognition and response,
delivered with split second timing.
A powerful spirit of teamwork, unity,
cooperation, interplay and flow is created that is far beyond conventional
corporate team building dynamics.
The Rhythm Centre process engages
groups of people - preferably including both leaders and team members
- in a unique learning experience. We use a range of African drums,
percussion, kalimbas (thumb pianos), audio and video equipment. The
group is led to master a simple rhythm to which we add other rhythms
and sounds, ensuring everyone participates and enjoys initial success.
Within ten minutes the group is creating original music,
to which each player adds.
The team's abilities stretch as additional rhythms are introduced, creating
remarkable synergies. Voices and simple dance movements can be added
in accord with the group's confidence. Peak experiences in our corporate
team building workshops are not unusual.
For further information contact Fraser Bruce: firstname.lastname@example.org
or go here for contact details.