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When designing a game we always concentrate on the practical application in the workplace. Participants can instantly test the theory during a game, and see that it works. Our trainings are customized to the team’s needs. And depending on those needs, we can either focus on knowledge, practical tools or integration.

Management by objectives

Cooperation and trust

Team leadership

Strategically Thinking Leader – e-learning

Since 2004 Discover Team has been making my team stronger”.
Andrzej Odzioba – Sales Director – Żywiec Zdrój S.A.

Strategic thinking

Effective team

Smart integration

Soft skill qualification for project manager




Steve Job’s commencement speech at Stanford ended with this conclusion:
“Again, you can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.”

We too looked Into the past and connected the dots, going as far back as XIX century. What connects a threshing machine, robots and our games? The answer is in our history.

We created the “Storytelling” training inspired by a growing tendency of using stories to develop imagination and communication skills. Our workshop provide basic rules of creating, selecting and telling stories as well as the possibilities they give in business communication.

Storytelling has many forms: myths, legends and epics, or even anegdotes, which we can use in business communication. Even a simple Power Point presentation, when you add a story, gets a whole new meaning and impact. Chart and numbers won’t impress anyone. The audience will never be able to remember volumes of detailed information; a story they will remember most certainly. When we refer to particular, individual experiences we draw attention and curiosity. We draw the audience in, and they’ll listen more wilingly and carefuly.
The role of the storyteller is to evoke emotions and as a result for the audience experiencing them, to better understand the message and sense. Emotions evoked by a story can motivate to action, change people’s attitude and move imagination. You don’t have to be a professional actor to be a good storyteller. All you need is to wake your inborn rhethorical talents, and let your imagination guide you.
After a short theoretical introduction, we start a workshop so that every participant can improve their storytelling skills.

Thanks to our training you will:

  • Acquire and improve your abilities to create and tell stories;
  • Become more confident in public speaking;
  • Understand what elements build a story and how to use them;
  • Be able to create a dramatic plot.