Team building Activities

Team Building to have fun in French

Team building activities are usually in one language and not to break barriers about languages.

Our team building activities will bring what your employees need to feel at ease speaking French together with confidence while having at ton of fun !!!

Team building - 1h30 session

Group of 4 - 10

French level : A1 min

Online

Physical Activity Intensity : Low

Team building - 3h session

Group of 4 - 10

French level : A1 min

Online

Physical Activity Intensity : Low

Objectives

  • Customized sessions for your business needs

  • Break the barrier of speaking French in front of colleagues

  • Bond your team together through fun role plays

  • The team get to know each other better

  • Fun and educational games to think and improvise in French

More details about those packages

How many times your employees felt speechless in front of a customer, or felt out of a conversation because they couldn’t find their vocabulary in French ?


This team building session will allow your employees to Interact in French between colleagues and build their confidence using the vocabulary of your domain of expertise.

They will have fun doing role playing, tighten team bounds and create amazing memories!


Customized to the vocabulary needed for the work

In this session we focus on the vocabulary needed in their day to day job, that way we make sure of the value of those sessions for your employees and the company.


Increase in confidence level

Team building increases employees personal confidence and also confidence in their colleague’s abilities. An increase in confidence will give your workforce the inner courage to express (themselves in French among each other) new ideas and depend on others within the group to be able to complete tasks that are necessary to make a company successful.


Lots of fun!

Creating a fun environment between colleagues and teammates can help productivity of your employees. Team building is a whole lot of fun and it is a great way for staff to see another side of their colleagues that they may not normally see at work.