search

InRhythm Blog

Please let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Benefits of drumming as a team building exercise

  • creates a sense of community
  • improves listening skills
  • encourages communication
  • an excellent way to draw analogies between the sucessful drumming event and the dynamic of the team
  • encourages individual creativity
  • very energising and fun thus motivates and inspires the team
  • reinforces the importance of a common pulse
  • illustrates the dynamic between structure and creativity
  • accessible to everyone even if they "think" they have no rhythm
  • reinforces the power of trust
  • helps to deal with change
  • allows people to “tell it like it is”
Experiential Training
Drumming to Build Teams

Related Posts

 

Comments

No comments made yet. Be the first to submit a comment
Already Registered? Login Here
Guest
Saturday, 23 March 2019
If you'd like to register, please fill in the username, password and name fields.
A new study published in PLoS scientifically validates what so many drum circle participants have already experienced first hand: group drumming produces significant changes in well-being, including i...
Why invest in your staff mental health and well being as a company CEO? Mental health conditions come at a huge cost, not only to individuals and those closest to them, but also to businesses that fai...
How can drumming aid anxiety, depression and stress? Studies have shown that drumming lowers both blood pressure and stress hormones. The active component of drumming helps reduce stress in a number o...