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Johnson and Johnson Global Headquarters Build-A-Bike New Brunswick, New jersey

JjbabJohnson and Johnson had experienced many successful team building events with the Leaders Institute and decided to keep up the tradition by having them perform another Build-A-Bike ® team event. This particular event was held at the Global Headquarters in New Brunswick New Jersey in mid December in order to leave their employees with a valuable team building experience before the Holidays. There were 100 eager enthusiastic employees from the Human Resource division ready to participate in the team strengthening exercises. Participants were amazed with the beginning exercises that emphasized that by doing things differently they would get more successful results. The crowd was then split into groups and tasked to use their ingenuity to come up with team identities and team cheers that incidentally were very creative. All the teams showed a great competitive spirit and tremendous energy to try to win a head start in the actual bike building competition. When the actual bike building began the teams assembled in their groups and pooled from the individual’s particular strengths to quickly solve their clues to obtain the bike parts to complete the whole bikes. After all groups had finished building thier bikes, the local Salvation Army Boys and Girls club ushered in 16 excited children to be presented with the bikes. The event was a huge success for everybody!


Baker Hughes Inc Build-A-Bike in Houston, TX

Baker Hughes hosted the Build-A-Bike ® team building exercise at the La Toretta Lake Resort and Spa in Montgomery, TX for 80 of their sales team. A top-tier oilfield service company with a century-long track record, Baker Hughes delivers solutions that help oil and gas operators make the most of their reservoirs. Collaboration is the foundation on which we build our business. The event was very lively, it was held during their reception hour before dinner. Scott, the contact for this event said this team is a very competitive group and they really enjoy themselves when the meetings for the day are over.
065The Build-A-Bike event teaches teamwork skills through a series of challenges which the teams are to complete. The tasks encourage the teams to think outside the box to come up with solutions while they are learning to work efficiently as a team. The opening exercise is just what the group needed after a long day of meetings. The overall lesson is that everyone works together to reach the same goal. The group participated and worked well with each other, there was a lot of team work going on in the room. The YMCA of Conroe, TX were present despite the storm to receive the bikes from the Baker Hughes group. At the end when the kids were playing with their new bikes Scott Schmidt looked at me and said “You didn’t tell me the kids were coming! I am moved to tears”

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