IBID delegates holding hands in Human Knots. 80 delegates joined this team building event in Hua Hin.
Making Teams facilitator are posing for a selfie at IBID event in Hua Hin. From left to right: Pang, On & Kate
Rolf Graf, the author of this blog and team building facilitator is posing in front of Krabi Resort. Krabi Resort is a great team building venue.
Spectra Delegates standing in a circle holding hands with their arms crossed. Objective is to disentangle the human knot without letting go.
Delegates from Spectra Innovation are filling up a tube with water. The first team who fills up the tube with the ping pong ball overflowing is the winning team
A team player stretches out to place a ring over a cone blindfolded. Only by getting the support of the entire team can this task be achieved.
Microsoft cyber crime unit posing with Dan, the Muay Thai Instructor at Fighting Spirty Gym. After a short training, delegates were competing for the strongest Muay Thai kick.
Carrie and her colleague on a swan pedalo at Lumpini Park in Bangkok. In order to complete this Amazing Chase Team Building event, a picture must be located that is hidden somewhere on the lake.
Team Building in Bangkok by Bicycle. Visit Koh Kred, only 20 km North of Downtown Bangkok, a car free island on the Chao Phraya River. Bustling markets, intriguing temples and unspoiled nature awaits the team building enthusiast.
John Hayward posing for a picture with Mr. Katap, the driver. In collaboration with Build your future today, a local NGO, driving your own mobile library is one of our newest CSR team building activities in Siem Reap / Cambodia
Coopervision delegates cycling around UNESCO heritage site in the team building event “The Mysteries of Angkor Wat”
Team standing in front of Preah Khan, an 12th Century Buddhist monastery. Preah Khan was on of the stops of the team building event around Angkor Wat by bicycle.
Coopervision team 3 on top of Bapuon, a 5-tired 11th century Kmer temple pyramid. The mysteries of Angkor Wat is the most popular team building event in Cambodia.
A monk entering the South gate of Bayon. This 13th century Angkor temple is famous for its 200 faces engraved in stones. Siem Reap’s UNESCO world heritage site is full of mysteries and is a fantastic team building experience.
Day 2 of the 4-day team building event. The 55-seater luxury coach left Jakarta at 8 a.m. and arrived in Bogor at 9.30 a.m. Delegates are in great mood for the up-coming team building activities.
Atlas Copco group arriving in Jakarta International Airport. It’s one of the first South-East Asia wide staff meeting that involves every member of staff. Some factory workers travelled abroad for the first time. What an experience!
What a picturesque venue for a team building event. Atlas Copco group is posing for a photo at Grand Garden Café in the mids of Bogor Botanical garden. After a rainy first day, the weather was perfect for the Bogor Cultural Discovery.
Bogor by bicycle. This cultural discovery-type team building activity took place at Bogor Botanical Garden. Teams travel by bicycle to various location trying to solve a riddle.
After a fulfilling Six Indisputable Law of Team work team building seminar, Atlas Copco delegates having fun during a photo shooting at Aston Bogor.
John F. Maxwell’s infamous law of the compass as a real team building activity. A successful team must embrace six compasses, including a strategic, a visionary and a moral compass.