Igniting culture in every team.

Don't quite fit a box?

We love working with new kinds of teams. It's our mission to infect every individual with a team mindset - no matter their situation.

See what we've done with these teams.

AAMI

  • corporate

We built a session around teamwork and collaboration, with a goal to help everyone get to know each other better and have some fun.

Even the people who I thought mightn’t engage got into it!
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Red Cross

  • corporate

To assist in their sense of togetherness as they contributed across different projects, we designed a session focused on communication and collaborative problem solving.

It was a great way to break up the day, and by the end of the session everyone was noticeably relaxed and refreshed.
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BlankSpace

  • something different

The collective of freelancers at BlankSpace wanted an event to kick off their end of year Christmas party. A session with Culture Team would also be a great excuse to get to know each other better and encourage some friendly competition.

Kelly and Jeff made everything easy, delivering a workshop targeted to our office’s creative line of work. I was impressed with how their games and exercises tied into our ongoing projects.
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Her Future Moves

  • something different

We ran a workshop for the Her Future Moves community, focused on critical thinking. The aim was to get participants feeling comfortable to think effectively, differently, and confidently, as well as giving them some tools to handle conflict.

I stepped out of my comfort zone today to help with my future; my future employment, my future self, and it’s the best thing I ever did.
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Lifetime Support Authority

  • government

We stepped in to help create a sense of togetherness and put focus on the importance of looking after one another.

The general consensus was that it wasn't like any team building they had done before.
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Office for Digital Government

  • government

The Office for Digital Government invited us to be a part of their strategic planning day. Once they’d learnt that we were able to slip into a quick meeting at short notice, we collaborated on a very meaningful set of outcomes.

It was seamless and super-efficient.
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Optus

  • corporate

We were invited to put on back-to-back sessions for 120 frontline Mobile Service staff. The aim was to have fun, celebrate the company’s culture and instil value-based behaviours through experience with games.

If we could do something like this on a regular basis, that’d be awesome.
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RSPCA SA

  • non-profit

The goal for our session was to give team members a sense of togetherness, to help bond them as individuals and friends, and erode the divide between the distinct roles.

It was exciting to see how everyone got into the spirit of it and really just engaged with each other! It was a great afternoon!
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Teamgage

  • something different

We designed the game, Betting Blocks to practice focus and evaluate the benefits of sprints. We also adapted Happy Salmon to explore new ideas in productivity.

The games related to what we do on a day-to-do basis, but in a way that’s not boring! It was really good fun.
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Uni SA Careers & Student Engagement

  • education

We delivered a session to help students improve their communication skills. Students learnt to communicate effectively, work in a team environment and develop skills to better understand the people they interact with.

These workshops would be ideal during orientation or for activation activities where you’re looking to energise students or emphasise wellbeing.
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University of Adelaide

  • education

After establishing trust, enthusiasm and a good basis for communication, the students delved into some more difficult games themed around problem solving and conflict resolution.

Students reported it was the most fun they have had engaging in team games.
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Uni SA People, Talent & Culture

  • corporate

This session was focused on conflict resolution. We used games to explore the messages we send beneath our words and to take a deeper look into our behaviour and our thoughts during conflict situations.

This sort of thing shows, that if you do have that time to discuss with other people and listen to their viewpoints, you actually come up with better outcomes.
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