Would you like to meet Leonardo da Vinci, one of the major world geniuses and discover the secrets of his geniality and creativity? Do you accept his challenge to rebuild the famous machines of Leonardo and his operas? Would you like to know why Leonardo da Vinci was capable of transforming an apparent failure into new inventions and opportunities?
With our Team Building, you will learn the geniality of Leonardo with a jump in time and space.
But it is not just an experience to develop your creativity and geniality. Our coaches will help you to use your potential and your strengths when facing problems, improve your leadership and build a real sense of Team.
All of this in a historical, contextual breathtaking frame. Watch the trailer of our Team Building with Leonardo!
A distinguishing Team Building
An astonishing venture with Leonardo da Vinci, the polymath of the European Renaissance, whose areas of interest included invention, painting, sculpting, architecture, science, music, mathematics, engineering, literature, anatomy, geology, astronomy, botany, writing, history, and cartography.
Which strengths and abilities made him the "Universal Genius”? What were his leadership style and his relationship with his team? Which were the secrets that allowed him to transform apparent failures into marbles visions of a future world?
- Promote the team's social cohesion through the rise of a feeling of collaboration, mutual trust and support.
- Foster intrinsic motivation through the development of a sense of autonomy, competence and relatedness.
- Support goal-oriented behaviour.
- Exploit one's own strengths in the face of challenges and difficulties.
- Learn from mistakes by redefining the concept of failure.
- Back leadership skills and behaviours.
The structure of the Team Building
The Team Building last typically one day and is structured with activities that, by wisely blending fun, culture and organizational psychology, brush up on collaboration, leadership, flexibility and problem-solving.
The group will be split into teams of 6-8 members. Teams will engage in two artistic workshops: an exciting "challenge" to recreate some of Leonardo's masterpieces. Each workshop is an invaluable source of learning and development for all team members since it represents a metaphor for a particular organizational context or process.
The teams are supervised by licensed organizational psychologists and coaches that will observe team dynamics and will provide individualised and group feedback. These insights have been proved to be one of the most precious opportunities for rapid personal and professional growth.
Team building is developed in a context that fire up curiosity and eagerness to explore, fostering personal and professional fulfilment far beyond simple fun and entertainment.
In the art workshop (2 hours), the teams will compete to reproduce, using powdered colours, the hues of a famous Leonardo's masterpiece.
The activity is a metaphor for a value-chain organizational process, from planning objectives to evaluating results.
The coaches will observe how the team organise itself to deliver the best performance and the strategical choices made during the realisation phase.
In the engineering workshop (2 hours), the teams will be asked to reproduce, using real-size materials, the layout of Leonardo's invention.
The activity represents a metaphor for the organizational processes of emerging leadership, brainstorming, strategic planning and coordination in absence of communication.
The coaches will observe the leadership styles of the participants, together with their creativity and their approach to cooperation.
Three different levels of feedback will be provided.
- Intra-team on progress feedback to the participants aimed to improve their collaborative strategies together with communication, problem-solving, leadership and creative abilities.
- Inter-team on progress feedback intended to compare the team's choice of strategies and tactics, revealing the metaphorical meanings of the two workshops and their connection with the actual organizational practices.
- Post-hoc (follow-up) feedback to the client on the main characteristics of the group, including learning and development opportunities, in relation to the training objectives.
Team building is developed in a context that fire up curiosity and eagerness to explore.
References to life and to works of the universal genius are not an end in themselves, but an opportunity for transferring knowledge, skill and abilities.
Participants take away the perception to have invested their time toward personal and professional fulfilment, far beyond simple fun and entertainment.