#1 Rated Team Building Activities in Australia

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And "yes" to unstoppable optimism.

At PowerProv we develop and deliver unique and impactful experiences that transform teams, improve businesses, and change lives.

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We partner with established and fast-growing organisations as an extended member of their team and bring playful sophistication and deep L&D expertise to their existing HR functions.

Our work aims to engage teams, foster innovation, improve collaboration and communication, and train leaders in foundational and emergent skills, critical to effective business practice today.

We have collaborated with multitudes of organisations big and small and helped thousands of people prosper across Australia and the Asia Pacific region.

If we’re a fit, we’d love to work with you next.

Kristin, Facilitator

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*Note: PowerProv formerly traded as LMA Professional Development. We still offer the same great service, just with a new name.

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Why you should book a PowerProv workshop right now.

Our job is to endow everyone on your team with a set of valuable tools they can put to immediate use.

PowerProv workshops deliver serious business skills using behavioural science and proven program design.

The work is fun, but it’s not about being funny.

No one is ever asked to perform or put in the spotlight. Instead, we use paired and group exercises to foster an ensemble framework.

This is the secret sauce that helps everyone we work with learn to react, adapt, and communicate so they can achieve their collective goals efficiently and effectively.

Let us help embed an ensemble philosophy amongst your staff. Soon they will be supporting each other’s actions, choices and decisions – and working hard to make each other look good.

They will trust each other – and themselves – more, and learn to knock on the door of intuition and instinct.

When is the best time to book a Team Building workshop?


Who is PowerProv improv for business training for?

Short answer: Everyone.

Longer Answer: From CEO’s to marketing teams, Old timers and new guys to suppliers and sometimes even customers – our workshops work best when everyone gets into the activities and collaborates as a group.

Salespeople LOVE PowerProv’s selling strategies.

Where can PowerProv run improv-based training?

Your call.

Our Facilitators typically come to your office, but we have been known to also run Workshops at retreats, conference centres, private homes, hotels, pubs and even a Bowlo.

We even ran a session on the beach once. And we’ll never do it again. (Too distracting!)

Some things to think about before you decide:

Having the workshops at your office or place of work can help anchor the learnings to that space and further foster the ensemble mindset you want everyone to have on the job.

Having the workshops off-site can also be great if you want people to get out of their heads, get free from work distractions, and have a fully focused experience.

Both are good and there is no wrong answer. Around 3/4 of our clients opt for on-site workshops if that helps inform your decision.

And yes, we can do online, remote, virtual training too!

How does PowerProv improv training for teams work?

We typically run three different length sessions:

  1. Six-hours, or “full day”
  2. Three to four-hours, or “half-day”
  3. One-hour “Super Sessions.”

The 3-4 hour workshop is what most people start with and it delivers great value.

We can accommodate almost any size group, however, we’ve found that a ratio of 12-18 people per Facilitator is ideal and allows for everyone to receive individual attention.

The smallest group session we’ll run is for 8 people. The largest we’ve run (so far) was for 400.

Sessions can be tailor-made to specifically suit your group.

The tools and exercises we use on the day will be selected based on things like whether an entire team comes together, versus a group of people who may work together, but hold different status levels within an organisation.

Examples of specific objectives could include things like: a desire to create an environment that further fosters creativity and innovation, working on team-building to help employees work more cohesively, or giving staff a set of tools that will help them roll with the punches and think on their feet when they’re in the field or working with challenging clients.

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