Six years ago, Be Challenged Managing Director, Oliver Sheer, and Director of Operations, Kingsley Seale, purchased the company. Having been friends and colleagues through much of their life, the two realised that a missing part of many businesses is the ability for teams to work closely and collaboratively to drive greater results. Their story, and […]
Games are not just entertaining; they are highly engaging, too. They inspire the mind, improve mood, and are one of the most natural ways in which humans learn things. One of the best things that you can do to help build your team morale, cohesion, and effectiveness is
If you haven’t been to the Zoo in a while then you are missing out! Not only is Taronga Zoo the best seat in the house to view magical Sydney Harbour but Be Challenged has just created the ultimate scavenger hunt around the Zoo using iPads and the new GPS app taking the world by […]
I was recently watching a segment about Facebook on the ABC and as you can imagine there were a number of differing views and opinions on the position that social media plays in our lives.
You hear it everywhere, NO MORE power point slides, we need to create interactive sessions. I mean everyone seemed to agree at the latest MEA conference when Eric De Groot said we need to make our meetings full of participants, NOT audiences.
How do you create the best place to work? Learning from the team at Atlassian, who just took out the number 1 spot on the BRW Best Place To Work list for 2014, my first response would be don’t preserve your culture: add to it!
BeChallenged collaborate with 32 other team building partners around the world to be the leaders in creating, delivering and maintaining happy and effective teams so trust me, we know team building.
Now, more than ever, we have a new generation of workforce who isn’t driven solely by the corporate dollar.
Over the last 10 years you will most likely have been inundated with corporate lunches and dinners, each time faced with a similar format of F&B, speakers and let’s be honest the usual 3 to 4 topics discussed at a banquet table in the attempt to build rapport and avoid any awkward silences.
It’s amazing what laughing can do for the body. When people are laughing they think more clearly, have increased intellectual performance and retain information better.