Team Building by
Executive Oasis International

Organizational Change Agents Specializing in
Team Building & Executive Retreats

In the midst of turbulence, even organizations with strong performance need to be alert, on top of their game, agile, and proactive to seize opportunities in the marketplace.

Since 1996, Executive Oasis International, a Toronto team building and management consulting firm, has helped rapidly changing organizations from 18 countries:

  • Foster innovation.
  • Strengthen team cohesion.
  • Re-shape their corporate culture.
  • Inspire teams that are tired or discouraged.
  • Identify and tap into growing market niches.
  • Break down silos and improve cross-functional teamwork
  • Design & execute innovative strategies to stay ahead of the competition.

 

Our management consulting services and POWERFUL business team building simulations help companies survive, thrive, and grow even in the midst of turbulence.

 


  • We are a Toronto (Canada) based management consulting firm.
  • ALL inquiries are handled from Toronto.
  • We do NOT specialize in activities that are strictly recreational.

 

Important: Team Building vs Team Recreation: Here is the difference


 

I admire the style in which the session was conducted and the manner certainly catalyzed active participation and discussions. The real eye opener was that all participants were required to apply in a real life situation; within a specific time frame; all relevant business principles.

Ooi Joo Hong, Deputy General Manager (Marketing), Perodua Sales Sdn Bhd (Malaysia)

The retreat went well. Anne provided useful techniques and was enthusiastic and informative. The Leadership Team enjoyed themselves and learned so much about the value by each participant from our Leadership Team.

Bob Boaldin, Founder/CEO, EPICPCS, Elkhart, Kansas

Great selection of contests, right combination of competition and fun. This event provided a great opportunity for teambuilding in a fun and semi-completive environment. It was very professionally organized.

Mark Wakefield, Vice President, Xerox Canada

The survival case gave us a chance to provide our own ideas and defend them in a team setting. The architecture case allowed us to collaborate with others to get the job done. The puzzle game was challenging but also brought out good team dynamics.

Arif Al Yedaiwi, Head of Operations, Nakheel/Dubai World