Non-Competitive Team Building

Cooperative team and lateral thinking

It seems strange to propose non-competitive team building, because the fundamental purpose of a team building activity is precisely to stimulate an healthy competition.

But we tried to seek to escape and take a leap forward.

We felt this new need for the simple fact that:

  1. We realized that a new holistic approach can solve a tense and overly competitive climate;
  2. The offers on the market are always the same.

The reasoning we have done is very simple: an extremely competitive reality is sometimes toxic. Nothing constructive can develop in an environment where one colleague works at the expense of another. Perhaps, the time has come to overcome even the concept of healthy competition to enter that of “constructive cooperation”.

Many are convinced that competition promotes group cohesion, helps build character and stimulates creativity. We do not disagree with this theory but, we firmly believe that, according to the dictates of lateral thinking, there is a possibility of escape from this concept and, above all, there are possible alternatives.

Competition can produce tensions and can develop dangerous dynamics that let negative energies flow.

Team buildings can be held in the following cities: Venice, Verona, Padua, Treviso, Vicenza, Brescia, Bergamo, Milan, Turin, Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples.


Drawing stimulates and engages the mind. It fosters collaboration, communication, and creativity within a group. Here are some ideas for including drawing in your team building event. Drawing as a tool for visual thinking It is a form of creative expression that involves the use of various tools, such as pencils, pens, charcoals, pastels, inks

cultural team building

Keeping with the non-competitive team building formats, we have designed a cultural team building to learn about architecture, history, and culture of our beautiful Italian cities. The principle is based on the concept of active learning and the flipped classroom. Have you ever heard of the flipped classroom? It is an educational methodology that questions

good mood walk

Modern life leads us to assume sad and submissive attitudes. Every day each of us has many things to do both at work and in our private life. Then there is the external environment that we must face and, above all, the relationship with the people with whom we must interact every day. A good