Comments from feedback forms
The concept really
required each member of the team to participate - there were not extraneous
members coasting or not participating. The concept of making a short
film was a great way to get everyone in the small group involved, and
taking ownership for the finished product."
"Great exercise in creating a complex, time-consuming product with a very
short time constraint. Strongest part, without question, was seeing the finished
product. That made all the disjointed work we'd done resolve itself into a worthwhile
wonderful package. The work we did was hard but fun. We had a great time working
as a group and we created something fantastic as an end product."
"I now understand the bloodlust that exists deep within the hearts of my
team members. I shall never, ever do anything that will make me the focus of
their psychotic, homicidal rage..... Ok, I was kidding there."
Bank of America
The truth is, most employees would rather skip the annual team building
exercise. Whether it's a scavenger hunt or a ropes exercise,
most everyone's tried everything these days. But imagine working with
a real filmmaker for an afternoon. Starring in your own movie. Maybe
even making fun of the boss or the latest slip-up at work. A team that
laughs together stays together.
Outcomes: Teamwork Cinema clients have reported these
• Communicate abstract ideas: Big Picture
• Lead a group through uncharted territory: Leadership
• Motivate a team to focus on one goal: Teamwork
Your group will vote for Best
Actress, Best Actor, Best Cinematographer, Best Director and
the coveted Best Picture Award.