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Medscheme SA Mini Olympics Team Building Event in Muldersdrift
Medscheme SA Mini Olympics team building event in at Glenburn Lodge in Muldersdrift facilitated and coordinated by TBAE. Click on the thumbnails to view bigger photos.
SA Mini Olympics was the theme for another group from Medscheme who had their team building facilitated by TBAE. Medscheme has consistently delivered innovative medical aid administration and health risk management solutions for over four decades. Medscheme forms close partnerships with their clients who include leading medical aids and large corporate companies in South Africa, Africa and internationally.
The venue was Glenburn Lodge in Muldersdrift. With excellent teambuilding facilities in a scenic mountain and river surrounding in Muldersdrift, Glenburn Lodge is the obvious choice for outdoor teambuilding events, such as treasure hunts and survivor games. The universal sport field is popular with rugby, soccer, hockey and school teams for training and match purposes. School teams often combine their training camps with affordable accommodation in Bush Willow Tented Camp, at the foot of the mountain.
Experience the team spirit, competitiveness and excitement of the Olympics with TBAE’s SA Mini Olympics team building activity. To start the Mini Olympics, your group will be divided into teams with each team needing to create a name for their made up country. This newly created country will need its own anthem and flag which each team will have to write and perform in front of the rest of the teams at the opening ceremony. With the opening ceremony completed the games can now begin. Teams will compete against each other in a variety of activities that are both fun and designed to get the team members working together as a team. The activity ends with the closing ceremony where the victorious team sings their anthem.
Some possible outcomes for the SA Mini Olympics team building activity include teamwork, communication, leadership, cooperation, goal setting, creative thinking, decision making, problem solving, resilience, time management and trust.