When is a TeamSing workshop a worthwhile option for my company?

A TeamSing workshop is always an impressive and inspiring experience that strengthens cohesion within your team and fosters participants' identification with your company. It is therefore a particularly ideal solution when your team performance is slipping. Our workshops are also an innovative option for further strengthening a successful team or simply as an event-like activity to lighten the mood among participants at a business function.

What added value can my company achieve with a TeamSing workshop?

Singing as a group with the professional supervision and support of our experienced team leads to a multitude of benefits and improvements both on a personal level and in terms of group dynamics. Our workshops particularly help to increase participants' identification with their company, their solidarity as a team and their general motivation.

Do participants have to be able to sing?

The impressive thing about TeamSing workshops is the fact that even participants with no singing experience whatsoever not only join in enthusiastically, but also end up putting on a performance that surprises everybody, including themselves. When running our workshops, we do not have any artistic expectations. We instead aim to ensure that participants enjoy themselves whilst experiencing the wide range of positive effects triggered by singing on a physical, mental and emotional level. Participants can therefore enjoy a fun experience whilst finding out that they are a strong community that can overcome even the greatest of challenge

Do participants need to be able to read music?

In our workshops, we only work with texts and do not use any sheet music. Participants therefore require no knowledge or understanding of sheet music whatsoever in order to learn our songs. Although some participants who can read music find that this takes some getting used to at first, they soon all realise just how easy it is.

Can people who are scared to sing also attend a workshop?

At our workshops, we create a fun atmosphere that is free of fear. In this setting, even people who have not had singing lessons or who think that they can't sing feel right at home. The fact that participants sing together means that the group supports each individual, giving them the backing that they need to overcome any possible inhibitions.

Does every participant have to sing or can they get involved in another way?

If participants don't want to sing at all, we can always find another way to get them involved so that they are part of the team performance. In our experience, however, participants quickly overcome their initial inhibitions and, with only a few exceptions, sing along enthusiastically.

Do I need to have any special skills or meet any special requirements in order to participate in a TeamSing workshop?

We do not expect participants in our workshops to meet any requirements whatsoever, although we do love it when they are keen to experiment. The special thing about TeamSing workshops is that they can factor in a truly wide range of different requirements on the part of both the company and participants. TeamSing workshops can be adapted to suit any company situation and every participant can get involved by contributing their individual skills and abilities.

Why is singing as a group a particularly ideal solution for achieving an intensive team experience?

Singing as a group brings together people from a wide range of backgrounds, hierarchies, age groups and with different points of view as they work towards achieving a shared and inspiring objective that spurs them on. This welds the group together and pushes any differences into the background.

Is it true that singing is healthy and can even make you happy?

The fact that singing can make people healthier and happier has been proven from a medical, educational and psychological perspective on multiple occasions. It has been found to lead to improvements in an extremely wide range of areas such as posture, musculature, breathing, the cardiovascular system, the immune system, stress reduction, emotional intelligence, links between synapses in the brain and mental health (for example by increasing the flow of so-called feel-good hormones).