Team Results is the world leader in team productivity improvement

Gone are the team-building games, ropes courses, hackneyed catchphrases and pseudo-science of yesteryear. In their place comes a new era of modern ideas, based on originality, credibility, results and measurement – and all done with fun and laughter.

We’ll equip your work team with their own, proven, practical strategies that will raise work productivity by 20 to 60 percent.

Join leading organizations like Toyota, Pfizer and the Federal Government to experience the Team Results difference.

Look around this site to find out how.

 

MeadowkirkThe Team Results Masterclass: a new training course, on which you can buy single seats! Click here to check it out. 

 

 

Charlie bicycle(Animated Short) Charlie’s Teambuilding Fail.

The epic tale of a man, a course manual, and a bicycle. Click here to watch!

 

 

 

Get free, impartial advice about your Team Event.

Not sure what option to explore for your team development needs? Ask TESSA and get instant advice!

 

 

 

Take the Crocodile Charlie Challenge.

Can you make the right leadership decisions and get your performance bonus? Click here and find out!

(Based on our global Penguin bestseller, “Crocodile Charlie and the Holy Grail”)

 

 

 

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