Ready, Set, Wheel!
Looking for a team building activity that will give back to those with mobility challenges? Well, we have a great opportunity you can really get behind!
According to a report on the use of mobility devices in the U.S., an estimated 1.7 million Americans need wheelchairs. Unfortunately, many of them don’t have the resources for the equipment that would help make their lives easier.
Why not have your teams build wheelchairs to donate to a hospital, veterans center or national wheelchair organization? The options are only limited by your imagination!
My team was amazed at the practical information provided in your Campfire Leadership workshop – things they can use professionally and personally.
The most valuable part of the workshop was that the managers learned the different communication styles of their colleagues. You could see light bulbs going off throughout the day as people realized why interactions with their peers occurred the way they did.
The facilitator was able to keep things moving and with such a large group he was able to keep them engaged!
Yesterday was magical! It was also productive, fun, educational and interesting. You have a true talent with people; breaking down their initial discomfort and hesitation, and bringing them out of their inhibitions with laughter and excitement.
Forward-thinking companies are learning the importance of fostering stronger connections among their team members.
When employees get to know each other, collaboration – and even competition – becomes more effective. Wheelchair team building is the perfect tool to create and enhance those connections.
Each workshop is customized to fit your meeting theme and venue. Options include a wheelchair race or obstacle course, which helps your team realize the challenges faced by the wheelchair bound. Teams may also decorate the chairs with messages of hope and inspiration.
Create camaraderie and engagement through social responsibility! Your team building event will be customized to meet your goals, but some of the topics offered include:
- Creative Problem Solving
- Team Member Strengths
- Clear Communication
- Healthy Competition
- Fun in the Workplace
There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up. -John Holmes