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  • University of Edinburgh Business School - Maximillion
    day was Building High Performing Teams and our programme was designed to fit in to a wider week long programme with the Business School leading a workshop the day before focusing on Belbin theory What we did Maximillion s programme of events focused on activities that would encourage participants to focus on what constitutes successful high performing teams Belbin Team Role methodology was touched upon at various points throughout the day and in particular when participants encountered conflict and disorder across teams during various activities Participants were encouraged to examine the need to balance differing strengths and weaknesses within their teams in order to allow them to perform to the best of their ability The morning programme consisted of various activities from our TeamWorks portfolio building up to a collaborative finale in the afternoon when the whole group came together to participate in our unique Kinetic Connections event Who took part Students on the course are from a wide variety of backgrounds and are mostly working full time whilst completing the 2 year Executive MBA programme As well as providing a valuable experiential learning experience to fit in with the wider MBA course the event also provided an opportunity for the students to get to know each other in an informal setting Due to the part time nature of the course this was seen as a welcome opportunity I wanted to send you a quick note to thank you and your excellent staff for the recent Building High Performance Teams session at the Dalmahoy The day was thoroughly enjoyable and more importantly an incredibly valuable learning experience The content was very insightful good fun and there a number of key principles that I will take forward with my sales team going forward Ross Duncanson EMBA Student and Sales Director at

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/reviews/case-studies/edinburgh-university-business-school-2/ (2016-02-16)
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  • UK Managers Conference - Maximillion
    The brief was to bring colleagues that work all over the UK together for a day of fun energetic team building activities which utilised the space in the Rum Warehouse Titanic Hotel What we did The day started with a Rhythm Rocks drumming workshop featuring Body Percussion Samba Drumming and lots of collaborative noise making which developed into the whole group refining their sound and playing the same rhythm After lunch our Commercial Break video based team building event format was unveiled to teams who were given a selection of themes from which to film a one minute advert Ranging from Trekking the Inca Trail to Self Drive Tour of Australia s East Coast teams were tasked with storyboarding their ideas presenting this to the financiers and backers purchasing props and technical equipment and finally filming their advert Adverts were edited and shown to all participants who voted on the best overall ad during an Oscar themed awards ceremony in the evening Who took part A group of UK Managers from the world s largest youth travel company with whom we had also previously worked on a Wildgoose Scotland Edinburgh City Explorer in 2014 What they said The team building

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/reviews/case-studies/uk-managers-conference/ (2016-02-16)
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  • W.L. Gore and Associates - Maximillion
    Associates UK Livingston site Format Maelstrom team challenge twin hub five zone format Guests 200 The Brief Gore asked for a day time event that should last no more than three hours It should be memorable and engaging for 150 associates and retirees The solution had to be delivered on the grounds of the plant with a bit of fun and competitiveness while encouraging team work The Solution Maximillion proposed our flag ship team building event Maelstrom A fast paced and energetic challenge which devolves power to the teams who must decide what to do and when to do it Racing against the clock teams must strategize to succeed negotiating every move and striking key allegiances In order to further align Maelstrom with Gore s objectives some of the challenges were tailored to the celebratory theme while the unique aspects of the recently refurbished and award winning plant were incorporated into the design of the event The End Result From the post event feedback 100 of the respondents were Happy or Delighted with the overall service Our client said Just a few lines to say a huge thank you to you and all your staff for making our event such

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/reviews/case-studies/w-l-gore-and-associates/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Pink Grapefruit - Maximillion
    Conference with a brace of team building activities that would get the group working together Event Details Date 24 th March 2015 Venue Titanic Hotel Liverpool Format Rhythm Rocks energiser followed by Commercial Break Guests 90 What We Did The day started with a drumming workshop featuring Body Percussion Samba Drumming and lots of collaborative noise making which developed into the whole group refining their sound and playing the same rhythm After lunch our Commercial Break video based team building event format was unveiled to teams who were given a selection of themes from which to film a one minute advert Ranging from Trekking the Inca Trail to Self Drive Tour of Australia s East Coast teams were tasked with storyboarding their ideas presenting this to the financers and backers purchasing props and technical equipment and finally filming their advert Adverts were edited and shown to all participants who voted on the best overall ad during an Oscar themed awards ceremony in the evening Who Took Part UK Managers from the world s largest youth travel company What They Said The team building was great it really got everyone in great spirit for the conference so thank you I really

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/reviews/case-studies/pink-grapefruit/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Ballantine's - Maximillion
    way to tell the story of George Ballantine with authenticity flair and innovation Event detail Date 3rd February 2015 Venue G V Edinburgh Format Wildgoose Scotland Treasure Hunt Guests 15 Objectives Create a location based activity that allow Ballantine s guests to enjoy the city of Edinburgh while discovering the story behind Ballantine s products Reinforce Ballantine s as an authentic and stay true brand Provide a good balance of interactive tasks and challenges What we did Using our Wildgoose Scotland App we created a bespoke treasure hunt taking Ballantine s guests to areas of Edinburgh City Centre which were linked with the history of Ballantine s The event included a stop at the General Register House to view the official Ballantine s crest and the app was fully branded in Ballantine s livery Tasks were a mix of historical trivia location based scavenging and fun interactive photo video challenges Who took part The event was attended by various agencies helping them understand what the Ballantine s brand is about and better communicate the brand identity through their promotional activity What they said From the initial brief to the final execution Maximillion were professional creative inspiring and in tune with

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/reviews/case-studies/ballantines-gps-enabled-edinburgh-experience/ (2016-02-16)
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  • SPSA Forensic Services - Maximillion
    generate ideas for service improvement based on a CEO penned Action Plan for Excellence This Action Plan outlined the development of the new Service across the areas of science and processes through to organisational culture Within the Action Plan particular consideration was given to the drive to establish a team based culture focused on improving performance delivery and excellence This was a two phased programme with Phase One involving the engagement of a representative group in a Footsteps to the Future workshop that creatively and practically explored the demands on the Service past present and future The outputs of this preparatory workshop helped to shape the agenda of the Open Space day Event detail Venue Beardmore Hotel and Conference Centre Format Phase 1 Creative Visioning Phase 2 Open Space Guests Phase 1 16 staff Phase 2 100 staff Objectives Examine the changing demands on the Service Understanding the importance of open and effective communication and sharing Create a sense of one organisation across all locations Breaking down silos and developing trust between individuals Getting to know each other understanding and appreciating each other s strengths and team roles What we did Phase 1 Preparing the Ground Creative Visioning Workshop Phase 2 Planting the Seeds for Change Whole Organisation Open Space event Duration A one and a half day programme Outline The scope of this Open Space event focused on Internal Stakeholder Engagement and Service Improvement The project aimed to facilitate the integration of the new service and to generate ideas for service improvement based on a CEO penned Action Plan for Excellence This Action Plan outlined the development of the new Service across the areas of science and processes through to organisational culture Within the Action Plan particular consideration was given to the drive to establish a team based culture

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/reviews/case-studies/spsa-forensic-services/ (2016-02-16)
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  • CIPFA Directors Materclass - Maximillion
    and a focus on broader skill profiles for senior and technical managers The opportnity for this group of senior finance managers lay in their ability to gauge their own current profiles accurately envisage where to boost under utilised skills appreciate the views senior colleagues and clients hold and to work with them for successful business outcomes Event Detail Date 1st November 2007 Venue The Park Hotel Kilmarnock Format Facilitated Masterclass event incorporating Brain Dominance personal mapping Plenary sessions breakout groups pair work and an experiential activity component Guests 40 senior management participants Duration Half day Objectives The main aims of this event were to provide opportunities for the participants to explore responses to the following questions How do we get into finding out and engaging with what s going on in the organisation How do we question and challenge assumptions and assertions from colleagues and other stakeholders How can we shift the perception of being no men women and become perceived as proactive and transformational Outline During the afternoon working with Maximillion facilitators participants were invited to map their current personal approaches to business opportunities practise new ways of planning to conduct vital interviews and be part of negotiating successful outcomes that their clients can buy into The programme contained some personal mapping inputs and a series of practical activities that helped participants to identify beneficial approaches to business opportunities that highlight the key skills to be practised for success Key general skills included Analysis of others Influencing Negotiating Seeing the big picture Planning for success Creative visioning Programme Introductions briefing for afternoon Where am I Where are you mapping activity to identify personal thinking and planning styles Influencing through insights structured conversations Does Structure support what we do can we use our knowledge of organisational structures to affect outcomes

    Original URL path: http://www.maximillion.co.uk/reviews/case-studies/cipfa-directors-materclass/ (2016-02-16)
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  • University of Edinburgh Business School - Maximillion
    skills strengths and weaknesses and apply this knowledge practically in a range of outdoor and indoor activities games To develop intercultural awareness given the cultural diversity of the group Team building and development providing the opportunity for students to explore team dynamics further developing the Belbin team roles model introduced in induction week understand the value of building high performing teams and develop tools to build trust and resolve potential conflict amongst team members To give the students a fun exciting and stimulating start to their MBA journey without the pressure of assessment this was a non credit bearing part of the MBA programme Outline Prior to arrival in Edinburgh on the MBA each student in the cohort completed their Belbin Team Roles Self Perception Inventory along with the allied 360⁰ Observer Assessment feedback During induction week Maximillion Lead Facilitator Vicky Russell ran an introductory Belbin workshop during which the students each received their individual Belbin profiles and had the opportunity to explore the implications and applications of Belbin Team Roles in small groups Belbin Team Role methodology was also woven into the scope of the two day residential programme This was at both a personal level through the production of a personal learning log and at team based level through the production of specific Belbin team reports and team learning logs which were used for activity review purposes The Belbin team reports that were produced for the purposes of the key activities allowed participants to consider and reflect on the balance and split of preferred team roles and allowable weaknesses across the team and how to use them to best effect during the team activities and challenges As the MBA course content requires all participants to work in teams from a very early stage and across all subject areas

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