Everyone remembers a Magician…

Virtually everyone is enthralled and inquisitive about Magic. We all wonder and rack our brains trying to work out how it is done.We marvel at the Magician and their clever sleight of hand. Everyone remembers a Magician…

The Perfect Team Building Exercise

Visiting a magic workshop as a team building exercise is a great idea for several reasons. First and foremost, it fosters creativity and problem-solving skills. Learning magic tricks requires participants to think outside the box and come up with unique solutions to create the illusion of magic. This helps to develop critical thinking and improves communication within the team.

Secondly, a magic workshop promotes teamwork and trust. Magic tricks often involve multiple people working together to create an illusion, which requires a high level of trust and cooperation. This helps to build stronger relationships within the team, as members learn to rely on each other to achieve a common goal. Additionally, participating in a magic workshop can be a fun and enjoyable experience for everyone, which helps to improve the overall morale of the team.

Learn New Skills, Build Confidence, Energy & Motivation

At my Corporate Magic Workshops staff get to mix and have fun, and importantly they all learn new skills. Skills that build energy, motivation and morale. The workshops are perfect for sales staff, encouraging them to be stronger and take control of a sales situation. Importantly staff gain confidence in themselves and learn how to engage better with customers. They can find an increase in their powers of persuasion and become better negotiators.

Great For Your Social Life

The benefits are good for your staff’s social life too. They find it easier to approach people and make more friends… everyone remembers a Magician. And hopefully, they become better human beings.

Overall, visiting a magic workshop as a team building exercise can be an effective way to improve teamwork and communication, while also promoting creativity and problem-solving skills. It is an enjoyable and unique way to build a stronger, more cohesive team.

Oh, did I mention that it is also good fun?