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OVERVIEWThe purpose of ‘Operation Collaboration’ is to improve the group working abilities ofthe business students at NUI Maynooth by providing them with a series ofprofessionally organized teambuilding activities.This package provides the business department with a costed proposalencompassing the transport costs, excursion activities, food and beverages, healthand safety regulations and administration requirements affecting all participantsembarking on this excursion.Students embarking on this excursion will gain a renewed sense of co-operation andteamwork, gained from efficiently accomplishing group activities in a non-academicsetting. ‘Give a powerful boost to the spirit and effectiveness of your team’Benefits of Operation CollaborationBy setting students challenging but achievable goals, the professionally organizedteambuilding activities as envisioned by “Operation Collaboration” will help businessstudents at NUI Maynooth to: Develop and improve their communication and listening skills Enhance and inspire their creativity Promote innovation and constructive feedback Generate self-confidence and self-awareness Commit towards a winning attitude Increase stress relief Build up trust amongst their peers Encourage relationship building Focus on achieving their objectives Learn to more effectively deal with change Increase team effectiveness and productivity Enhance their abilities to communicate within a team dynamic Gain a greater understanding of the impact team members have on each other Translate organizational goals into team outcomes Understand the role of leadership and how to direct and support a team Learn different ways of approaching problem solving Improve grades that will ultimately benefit the School of Business and the reputation of‘Operation Collaboration’ is acutely aware that the challenges posed by teambuildingactivities should be fun, engaging and highly participative. They should help fosterhealthy competition whilst working toward a common goal. By recognizing andappreciating everyones contributions, team building activities will help students toget to know each other better, focusing on team members strengths, commonalitiesand diversity whilst having fun! What students EXPERIENCE, they WILL remember!!!
COSTSTHE COST PER STUDENT IS €70. THE EXCURSION HAS A TOTAL COST OF €2199. THE COST OF A HALF DAY BOOKING OF THEKYLEMORE CONFERENCE ROOM IN THE GLENROYAL HOTEL IS €99 THAT WILL BE KINDLY FUNDED BY THE NUIM SCHOOL OFBUSINESS ON AN ANNUAL BASIS. THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS WILL ALSO CONTRIBUTE TO THIS EVENT BY PROVIDING TWO OR THREE(RESOURCE DEPENDANT) MEMBERS OF STAFF TO FACILITATE THE INDOOR GROUP ACTIVITIES AT THE GLENROYAL HOTEL, STUDENTSWILL EACH PAY A €5 FEE FOR THIS SERVICE THAT WILL BE DONATED TO A CHARITY BY THE NUIM SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. SHOULDTHE EVENT NOT RECEIVE A BOOKING OF THIRTY PEOPLE; THE EXTRA COST OF TRANSPORT WILL BE SUBTRACTED FROM THE €150 Per Per 30Costs € Student StudentsTransport 10 300Outdoor 30 Studentsactivities 45 1350 TransportIndoor activities 5 150 Outdoor activitiesLunch 10 300 IndoorConference activitie LunchRoom 0 99 ConferenceInsurance 0 0 Room InsursnceTotal 70 2199 Place Photo Here, Otherwise Delete Box
TIMETABLEMORNING8.00am: Collected at Rowan House by Couch9.00am: Courtlough Adventure Centre Team Building Activity Package (3 hours)12.00pm: Coach to Glenroyal HotelAFTERNOON1.00pm: Lunch at the Glenroyal Hotel (Soup, Sandwiches, Tea/Coffee)2.00pm: Team Building Seminar and Indoor Facilitated activities3.30pm: Break4.00pm: Group Activities5.00pm: De-Briefing Place Photo Here, Place Photo Here, Otherwise Delete Box Otherwise Delete BoxHEALTH AND SAFETYHealth and safety during transport and activities at Courtlough Adventure Centre andThe Glenroyal Hotel is Managed by Health and Safety officers of each company.All students are covered by public liability insurance at each location. NUI Maynoothare not held responsible for the loss or damage of property or accident injury ofstudent while on this excursion.
Team Building Zone @ CourtloughCrate StackThe aim of this exercise is to build a stack out of giant crates, and to build it as highas you can. The higher the stack the more likely it will topple over. If the crate stackfalls so does the team! This is a fun andparticipative activity that will involve four team members to climb the stack. Eachtime the team add a crate the tower will get higher.Jacobs LadderThis is another high rope activity where we offer the opportunity for both teambuilding and self development by confronting a range of practical challenges.Simply climb the ladder to the top! It will takeall members of your team to reach the top; testing teamwork, trust andcommunication to the fullHigh All AboardFour members of the team will climb up a central pole; 18 metres high and thenclimb onto a small platform. Once all four members are ‘all aboard’, the team willhold hands and gradually lean back together - until all members are leaning fullyover the platform.Leap of FaithIndividuals will climb a central pole, reaching approx 18 meters high. Once at thetop of the pole, they need to position themselves onto a small platform. Once inposition the whole group will count down 3, 2, 1 and shout jump! The jumper willjump off the platform to catch the trapeze – dangling a few feet in front of them.Each time a jump is successful the bar is placed further away!!Facilitated Activities @ The Glenroyal HotelGroup activities at The Glenroyal Hotel will be facilitated by NUIM School ofBusiness staff. These activities will help the student to be able to:Describe the key behaviors required for successful team leadership of a taskDescribe the key roles of team membership as identified by BelbinExplain how these roles may assist team effectiveness*The session will conclude with a de-briefing of students performance What students EXPERIENCE, they WILL remember!!!
Operation Collaboration DirectoryNUIM Business Student Representative is responsible for Administration,Bookings, Coordinating and Communicating with students and associatedcompanies for this event:NUIM School of Business:Dr. Graham Heaslip -Program Director BBS Business and ManagementTelephone: 00 353 (0) 1 7086632 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgDr Paul Donovan -Group Activity Facilitator; School Director of Teaching and LearningTelephone: 00 353 1 7086627 Email: Paul.Donovan@nuim.ieSchool of Business, Department of Management, National University of Ireland, MaynoothTransport Company:Barton Coach Services- Telephone: 00 353 1 6286338Courtlough Adventure Centre:Xtreme.ie, Courtlough Shooting Grounds, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin, Ireland.Telephone: 00 353 (0)1-690 2070 Email: email@example.comThe Glenroyal Hotel:Kate Voice; Conference & Banqueting Manager, The Glenroyal Hotel, Straffen Road, Maynooth.Telephone: 00353 1 610-6252 Email: www.glenroyal.ie
In Collaboration with NUI Maynooth School of business