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The Beatbox Acappella

The human voice is amazing! Our vocal cords can make a variety of sounds that are constantly changing, depending on mood, energy, and rhythm. Putting some of those sounds into a beat using one’s mouth, lips, tongue, and voice is the essence of beatboxing.

A cappella (Italian for “in the manner of the chapel”) music is group or solo singing without instrumental accompaniment, or a piece intended to be performed in this way.

Put both of these together, and you have the Beatbox Acapella! — an engrossing activity that challenges your team to create music virtually, using nothing but your vocal cords. This is a unique offering conceived and created by Adam Thompson, an award-winning artist from Australia.

Do you think your team will be up for it?

Business Impact

Ideally Suitable For

  • Entry-level Employees
  • First-time Managers
  • Individual Contributors
  • Middle Managers
  • Senior-level Managers

The delivery will be customised as per the needs of the learning cohort.

What you will learn in The Beatbox Acappella

How is this activity available?

Instructor-led Training (ILT)

Instructor-led Training (ILT)

Virtual Instructor-led Training (VILT)

Virtual Instructor-led Training (VILT)

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Available in -

  • Instructor-led Training (ILT) Instructor-led Training (ILT)
  • Virtual Instructor-led Training (VILT) Virtual Instructor-led Training (VILT)
  • fun challenges Duration: 60-90 minutes
  • 25+ fun challengesIdeal for: 30 - 200 participants at a time
  • Customization: Debrief can be customized

The program helps:

  • Participants to step out of their comfort zones
  • Boost self-confidence
  • Foster collaboration and communication
  • Build long-lasting camaraderie
  • Elevate team spirits and create a positive workplace atmosphere through music
  • Provide a hands-on, memorable learning experience

Frequently asked questions

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Rectangular tables with flat tops are needed for the activity. Usually, hotels use 6 x 2 ft rectangular tables, and these are good enough as long as the surface is smooth. We have also managed with circular tables when rectangular ones have been unavailable.

Yes, we break the team to smaller groups of 6-8 people to ensure everyone is engaged. Placing Dominos is a taxing task, team members would need to switch roles and take up additional responsibilities during the course of the challenge. This keeps everyone engaged.

In all experiential activities, the teams participating don’t necessarily have to succeed for the learning outcomes to be achieved. Having said that, 80% of teams doing this activity succeed in varying degrees.

Thousands of businesses of all sizes, from
startups to large enterprises trust us

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    We had a virtual team event with approx 80 members for 90 mins. Every member was kept engaged with the initial ice-breaker games followed by the actual game. All our team members enjoyed it a lot and were thrilled while solving the hunt. I strongly recommend FocusU team for such virtual company team events. Our senior members in the team were also very positive about the overall event.

    Vidya
    Xilinx India Team Admin
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    Thanks FocusU for an engaging and fun session. I never imagined we can do a mini team building in a virtual environment.

    Krishna Radhakeeson
    BDO Mauritius Head of Department
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    Thank you for the super energetic session today. You really made us feel that we were all in the moment and being virtual didn’t matter! Thanks for truly delivering a fantastic experience and thank you FocusU for suggesting Beatbox Acapella as I know we had multiple discussions on this!

    Karishma Banaji
    Khan Academy India Head People Ops
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    The activities were truly fun. Particularly enjoyed the quirky challenges which made us get over our inhibitions like performances before colleagues or letting the fun side of our personalities show through photos we'd prefer to keep to ourselves. The time constraint and need for coordination amongst team members really fuelled our creativity both as individuals and as a team.

    Pravin Mahajan
    Shobiz Experiential Communications Pvt Ltd VP Strategic Business Unit