On the 14th of June, Lim and Tan Securities joins Biking Singapore for their Cycling Teambuilding Session.
With 28 participants unloading from the coach bus, our facilitator looks on eagerly on the energy level of the group! Hurray, we see lots of smiles and enthusiastic laughter. A sure sign of a wonderful teambuilding session to come!
As tradition follows, Biking Singapore starts of the teambuilding fun with some Warmers with the participants. As the participants work up a sweat, we suddenly felt an overcast looming over us. Greatest fear for us was rain! And it seems the skies are ready to open up on us at this very moment.
Hoping to beat the rain, the Warmers quickly ended and the participants moved on to collect their bicycles still in good spirit till the first drop of rain came down. Unfortunately we had to hold the teambuilding session and usher the participants to shelter and wait out the rain.
Not without plan, our facilitators kick in to gear to engage the participants about the teambuilding session. As the participants listened on intently on the stories and history of the tour, the rain lightened as quickly as it came. Not wanting to miss out this much-anticipated ride, the team quickly agreed that they want to move out amidst the light drizzle! Motivated by the team’s enthusiasm, the facilitator kick into action making sure all the participants gets a poncho and of course, 1 more group photo before we move of for the teambuilding session!
Finally before we left, a teambuilding game was played to allow teams to win for them drinks to recharge for the 2nd leg of the journey. Gladly, team 1 lead by the most charming manager we have met won the challenge and was rewarded with the drink.
As we proceeded on the The Changi Chapel Museum, we saw strong never say die spirit emerging in teams as participants motivated each other to push on up the slopes. Each teams made sure their weakest participant was always looked after and we finally arrive at our 2nd stop for the teambuilding session.
At The Changi Chapel Museum, an intern rewarded participants with a beautiful chapel which houses the original cross hand crafted during the WW2 out of a bombshell. The museum also holds an extensive exhibit and presentation of the WW 2 era and what POWs then had to go through. Without saying, this has to be the highlight of the tour as our participants learn and understand what the WW2 has brought across to Singaporeans and defenders from other nations.
As we left the place with humility and gratitude, we push on back to Changi Village to end off the tour through this beautiful estate.
The teambuilding session ended very well as teams gave each other pat on the back and words of gratitude for pushing through the terrain. We applaud their fighting spirit and genuinely hope they enjoyed our teambuilding program for them.
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