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  • Ramu Kumarappan - Maximillion
    the numbers Best film Pressumed Innocent First Single Gerry Rafferty s Baker Street Best food Vietnamese Spare time Formula 1 BBQs and being with the kids Star sign Cancer Childhood job wish Car designer and to co star with Bonnie Bedelia Live anywhere Edinburgh during summer and east coast of Peninsular Malaysia the rest of the year Desert island book The Roy Grace series by Peter James Desert island luxury

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/about/team/ramu-kumarappan/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Jonathan Mann - Maximillion
    Members Jonathan Mann Jonathan Mann Jonathan provides the muscles for Maximillion s operations He works in the office as one of our project managers and is responsible for the up keep of the Maximillion site and all of our equipment Started 2004 What I do I take care of all the event equipment making sure it s in tip top condition and that it is sent out to the event in good working order I also tinker around in the workshop making new tasks and props for all sorts of event styles Best film The Bourne series First Single Far too long ago to remember Best food Any sea food Spare time Walking the dog eating good food in even better restaurants helping out at the local Scout campsite as a volunteer on site services Star sign Capricorn Childhood job wish To drive BIG diggers Live anywhere West coast of Ireland Desert island book On the edge by Richard Hammond Desert island luxury Mobile phone Back to top Edinburgh Office Unit 2 Newbridge Industrial Estate Edinburgh EH28 8PJ edinburgh maximillion co uk Tel 0131 333 0066 Tel 0131 333 0066 Get Directions London Office 20 22 Wenlock Road London N1

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/about/team/jonathan-mann/ (2016-02-16)
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  • John Strachan - Maximillion
    usually followed by his four legged best friend Chewy When did you join the company 1989 What is your role at Maximillion Managing Director What do you love most about your job Creative design of events What is the weirdest food you have ever eaten Worm omelette Tell us about a time you got yourself into trouble as a child I used to shoot birds off a neighbours roof Would

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/about/team/john-strachan/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Bathstore - Maximillion
    progress and recognise their team s hard work by rewarding them with a gala dinner and team activity Event Details Date March 2010 Venue Hinckley Island Birmingham Format Conference followed by a Commercial Break Guests 135 Objectives To congratulate the team on their achievements To give clear direction for 2010 To build and develop a strong network and working relationships within the team To learn what is needed to be a high performing team and promote teamwork To announce the reward scheme within the organisation The Activity Bathstore was interested in reinforcing their company messages through an interactive team building activity Commercial Break was selected to encourage teamwork whilst theming each performance around key business messages The video clips were shown to the rest of the group during an Oscar themed gala dinner where mini Oscars were awarded to individuals for outstanding performances What we did Online delegate management system Delegate speaker management Onsite event management Venue supplier management Commercial Break activity Audiovisual production services Oscar themed gala dinner Production and management of awards show What they said Mel along with the team at Maximillion provided an excellent first class service and the whole day and evening went superbly well

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/reviews/case-studies/bathstore-2/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Visit University - Maximillion
    game to fit the brief and help students navigate Scotland s capital city Event Details Date July 2015 Venue University of Edinburgh Format 3 x half day events Guests 47 participants in total Objectives The overall objective was to enhance the Visit University guest experience of Edinburgh by encouraging participants to explore the city discover useful information facts navigate to points of interests student venues facilities and make new friends Teams self navigated to inspire learning and spend time together to find out what Edinburgh had to offer as a city and as a student destination What we did Using Wildgoose Scotland technology we designed and built a Visit University branded treasure hunt The route highlighted parts of Edinburgh s old town and drove footfall from the University of Edinburgh library through the Grassmarket Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile At the same time team members were challenged to participate in collaborative team activities and photo challenges When time was up the group came together for a light hearted presentation of their photos and a prize giving session Participant event feedback was reviewed post event Who took part Oriental undergraduate students who had enrolled with Visit University to experience a variety of universities and what they offered It also provided the students with an opportunity to meet with lecturers view facilities and make new friends What they said Visit University approached Maximillion seeking an interesting way to engage a number of visiting groups from China in the city of Edinburgh The Wildgoose game proved to be the perfect way to do this Content and timings could be easily altered to ensure the game was really suitable for each of the groups The format of the activity was new to the participants and therefore really interesting and the event management provided

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/reviews/case-studies/visit-university/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Global Team Building - Maximillion
    disciplines and countries Our facilitation skills and experience with team dynamics has enabled a dynamic relationship that has seen one of our Lead Facilitators Victoria Russell travel to Dubai Singapore Shanghai Germany and Chile to work with local leaders and their teams from Boehringer Ingelheim one of the top 20 global pharma companies What we did Teams and their leaders have different needs at different times Our role is to dedicate time beforehand to listen and assess the gaps of each team and support the local leader in identifying key objectives before outlining a programme that we can deliver over a specific period of time For some teams this may be over one day whilst others have benefited working together over three days Group sizes have ranged from 8 to 84 Our tools range depending on needs but for many teams an objective for effective team building is identified and we use Belbin Team Profiling reports and methodology Our facilitation methods encourage interactive working with practical actions from each session Leadership teams strategy and culture exercises are designed and used with the groups Who took part We have worked with BI teams across three continents in the following locations and have travelled over 91 260 miles in the last 3 years Europe Middle East China Southeast Asia Latin America What they said On behalf of the whole team we really appreciate your efforts and professionalism The training was very clear and every one enjoyed it very much Looking forward on having the debrief call with you and hope to see you again in the area MENA Area Medical Director Victoria is an excellent trainer and training facilitator She is able to bring good insight feedback and recommendation to any training workshops from her wealth of experience and her sharpness in

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/reviews/case-studies/global-team-building/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Boehringer Ingelheim - Maximillion
    of 94 Objectives With a new regional leader recruited for their Clinical Operations function for Boehringer Ingelheim China Ltd we were approached to design a two day programme around leadership culture and engagement Our objective was to work closely designing a unique programme that would support the organisation s strategic priorities Experienced Maximillion Lead Facilitator Victoria Russell had already worked with Boehringer Ingelheim leaders in 2013 and 2014 and was invited again to work through further close consultation preparing and designing a unique programme as part of their learning week What we did Our programme involved considerable preparation with a core team in advance of the delivery including the Regional Head Corporate The final programme design was condensed into a two day facilitated programme in Shanghai during June 2015 The first day of the programme was focused on working with the Clinical Operations leadership team and helped them shape a specific mission vision and values The second day was an ambitious piece of facilitation with the full function team which involved 94 staff from around China Hong Kong and Taiwan This was an interactive day that included team presentations case studies and exercises to explore values and engagement This identified additional values that were important to driving forward the function and developed new skills and approaches to challenge staff with their roles within the company Who took part Boehringer Ingelheim China Ltd Clinical Operations leadership and functional teams What they said James Cheung Head Clinical Operations ROPU TCM at Boehringer Ingelheim Victoria is an excellent trainer and training facilitator She is able to bring good insight feedback and recommendation to any training workshops from her wealth of experience and her sharpness in picking things up She puts in a lot of efforts in preparing for her workshops and is also

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/reviews/case-studies/boehringer-ingelheim/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Glasgow Caledonian University - Maximillion
    eating options In addition GCU saw the opportunity to offer on the Main Event day of 10th June something team based and competitive that was in line with the theme of the week and Street Olympics provided a great fit To coincide with Men s Health Week the Main Event day was also a dedicated Wear Blue Day to raise awareness of Prostate Scotland a charity that provides information advice and help on prostate health What we did One of the big draws on the afternoon of Main Event day was our Street Olympics treasure hunt challenge designed around the city centre to engage staff teams many sporting blue in recognition of Wear Blue Day The goal To get out and about in the city and have some sporting fun Each armed with an iPad mini pre loaded with the game and its live scoreboard teams used the on screen mapping technology to visit the GPS hotspots around the city On reaching hotspots challenges were activated on screen and teams completed a variety of sports themed questions and tasks They also used their skills to capture their efforts by photo and video on the iPad for the judges to score Who took part Ten mixed staff teams from across a variety of University departments from the Glasgow Campus took part Teams were also invited to select a team name build their team spirit and had the option to raise funds for Prostate Scotland at the same time What they said Here s what some of the staff who took part said Was so much fun Wish we could do it again Best fun I ve had in ages When is the next one Melanie Armstrong lead for the H WB Week programme of activities and events said this Our vision

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/reviews/case-studies/glasgow-caledonian-university/ (2016-02-16)
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