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Jim-GreinerHello Visitors,

Welcome to my Hands-On! Drumming® Corporate Events and Community Drumming Blog!

Why Drumming For Corporate Team Building And Conference Ice Breaking?

Purpose-driven Group Drumming has been used by people worldwide for thousands of years to:

-energize and focus group members
-release stress
-reinforce community bonds
-celebrate important events

My corporate team building programs have been so successful because I actively engage the group members in the real-world experience of working together as a team by playing individual rhythmic parts that fit together to create the complete group rhythm… the Group Groove!

This is the same process by which members of groups worldwide build thriving communities when they contribute their individual skills, talents and personalities to shared goals and to shared values.  My work is dedicated to helping people from all walks of life build the fundamental skills needed to literally synchronize their rhythms to create powerful group rhythms that lead to success!

In addition, I work with my clients to customize my corporate programs to serve your goals and to reinforce your themes and values.  In this way, the drumming experience becomes a powerful and uplifting vehicle for bringing immediate and enduring solutions to the challenges facing each unique group of people.

I’ve built my programs around my four decades of drumming, percussion teaching, rhythmic adventure travels and work with clients throughout the world. This includes two years in Africa where I was profoundly moved by the way people used drumming to literally create personal and community rhythms that combine to create and reinforce thriving communities.

My Corporate Drumming Blog will cover various elements of my work with corporate groups and conferences, including real-world principles and actual case studies.  (I always receive permission from those of my clients whose names and organizations I include).

Please feel free to contact me with your comments, questions and suggestions!

All the best,

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