Singing Transforms your Team


Participants on Helens How-to-use-your-voice-for-Confident-Presentations-workshop-Aspire Circle London April 2016

Singing Boosts Workplace Harmony

In the words of Oscar Wilde, “Success is a science; if you have the right conditions, you get the results!

Let’s investigate how music and singing can help you get the results from your employees.

Singing connects us on a deep visceral level with many proven benefits for both individuals and companies. Not only does it make us feel better because all those endorphins are rushing around our bodies but there is much clinical research being carried out on how music encourages people to help, co-operate and communicate with others more effectively. Singing really can transform your team.

A team-building exercise taking singing to corporate organisations allows employees to find a sense of achievement outside of the normal routine.

Singing as a team:

  • Allows team members to express themselves
  • Improves rapport
  • Helps develop solutions together
  • Removes creative blocks
  • Helps transforms your business results
  • Creates a fun atmosphere through an uplifting experience

To find out how we can help your organisation, contact us now on +44(0)7710 245 904 or email us.


The Perfect Tranquilliser The Perfect Tranquilliser

Science has been hard at work trying to explain why singing has such a calming yet energizing effect on people. When on holiday we’re able to relax, detox and recharge. What researchers are beginning to discover is that singing is like an infusion of the perfect tranquilizer – the kind that both soothes your nerves and elevates your spirits. Read more here.

 


Helen Astrid leading the LBRUT choir rehearsalPromote Health & Wellbeing at Work

Helen Astrid leading the LBRuT choir rehearsal

The choir is so enjoyable, it’s the highlight of my week!“, Operations Manager LBRuT.

Singing is a fantastic way to form close bonds with others. Feeling connected to those around you is key to improve wellbeing. Singing with others is a uniquely communal experience that can foster better relations, improve mental and physical health and boost self-esteem. Ultimately, singing encourages peak performance from your staff.

I was recently asked to run a workplace choir for the London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames. After a trial of 6 weeks, the results have been astonishing with staff turning up to work feeling happier, more content with themselves and more engaging with others around them.
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Helen Astrid

Helen Astrid

Helen trained at The Royal Academy of Music before achieving a highly successful career as an opera singer. Her wealth of knowledge and experience enables her to offer outstanding facilitation to organisations seeking to transform their staff