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Even mild physical activity releases endorphins, which create feelings of happiness and euphoria. It reduces stress and decreases feelings of anxiety. Being outside in the sun enables people to have exposure to Vitamin D which an important ingredient in boosting health, self-confidence and happiness. Physical activity also boosts the chemicals in the brain that support and prevent the degeneration of the region of the brain which is important for learning and memory, the hippo-campus. The hippo-campus critical to mental health. Getting active with others has extra health benefits compared to exercising alone. Active team building has psycho-social benefits that enhance social connectedness, peer bonding and social support.
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Dynamic and highly engaging activity where each team needs to build an exact replica of a model without looking at it.
Tablet based treasure hunt with GPS triggered challenges, photo and video challenges.
Interactive problem-solving challenge highlighting integrity as a key value in managing relationships with customers & co-workers.
Bridging The Divide
Construct a bridge with limited resources, strict timelines & communication barriers.
Use creativity, ingenuity & teamwork to complete mental, physical and creative challenges.
Transform your team into a percussion band with the infectious rhythms of samba.
Dress up in tribal regalia and compete in an indigenous games Olympiad
Be energised as you harness the power of the sacred Maori dance
Head to Toe
Energise, relax and refocus with specially designed sequence of stretches.
Teams from AXA Asia are fully engaged with Go Team
Arnaud Mounier from French multinational insurance firm AXA talks about their experience with Go Team in Hong Kong.
Drumming workshop at Singapore F1 Grand Prix
F1 goers participate in Beatswork drumming workshop to rock the Singapore F1 night race.
AIESEC collaborate to give clothing to charity
International Youth Organisation participate in Rags to Riches to give recycled cloths to charity.