• team building in Brighton

    You can discover more about a person in an hour of play
    than in a year of conversation ...
    PLATO

  • team building games in Brighton

    If you want creative workers, give them enough time to play … JOHN CLEESE

  • playing team building games in Brighton

    Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life,
    the whole end and aim of human existence …
    ARISTOTLE

  • Brighton team building games

    Play fosters belonging and encourages co-operation ... STUART BROWN

  • team building in Brighton

    Deep meaning lies often in childish play … JOHANN FRIEDRICH VON SCHILLE

  • playing team building games in Brighton

    Play keeps us vital and alive. It gives us an enthusiasm for life that is irreplaceable.
    Without it, life just doesn't taste as good ...
    LUCIA CAPOCCHIONE

  • team building games with Brighton Happy

    We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old
    because we stop playing …
    GEORGE BERNARD SHAW

  • Play energises us and enlivens us. It eases our burdens. It renews our
    natural sense of optimism and opens us up to new possibilities …
    STUART BROWN

  • playing team building games in Brighton

    Taking a new step, uttering a new word, is what people fear most … FYODOR DOSTOYEVSKY

  • team building exercises in Brighton

    Whoever wants to understand much must play much … GOTTFRIED BENN

  • playing team games with Brighton Happy

    Play is training for the unexpected … MARC BEKOFF

  • team building in Brighton

    If you aren't playing well, the game isn't as much fun. When that happens
    I just tell myself to go out and play as I did when I was a kid …
    THOMAS WATSON SNR

  • playing team building games in Brighton

    Just Play. Have fun. Enjoy the game … MICHAEL JORDAN

  • creating better team relationships in Brighton

    Play is hard to maintain as you get older. You get less playful.
    You shouldn't, of course ...
    RICHARD FEYNMAN

  • team building with Brighton Happy

    The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect
    but by the play instinct …
    CARL JUNG

  • playing team building games in Brighton

    A child who does not play is not a child, but the man who does not play
    has lost forever the child who lived in him ...
    PABLO NERUDA

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BRIGHTON HAPPY:

CONNECTING PEOPLE THROUGH PLAY
Here at Brighton Happy we love getting people together to play games and watching what happens. We've seen first hand the transformational effect that playing together can have on teams and individuals - helping to break old habits and create new ways of working - and being - together.

In fact, we're so convinced of the benefits of group play that we want everyone to join in the fun.

Give us two hours of your time - just two hours - and we'll help you to make real, measurable changes in the way you and your team work together.

It's a simple equation. You + our games = real results.

What do we mean by real results?
  • You'll have fun. Fun is important. Never underestimate the power of fun
  • Having fun makes you happy and happy people are more productive (most of the time without even realising it)
  • You'll see your colleagues in a new light and connect with them in new ways
  • Once you start to 'get' each other, anything is possible
Brighton Happy plays with small to medium-sized businesses and you'll find our sessions are surprisingly affordable and incredibly effective.
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Three ways to get in touch with Brighton Happy

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Give us a call on 0333 733 3088 for a friendly chat.

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Drop us an email to: enquiries@brightonhappy.com

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CONTACT

Brighton Happy
Brighton, UK

enquiries@brightonhappy.com
0333 733 3088
TEAM BUILDING - WITH A DIFFERENCE

Don't think of this as another team building course. It's not. Group play liberates people in a way that conventional company 'awaydays' can't because it helps to break old - usually negative - patterns in the way that people deal with each other and with the outside world.
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