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Leading large group team building activities takes a special talent. The logistics are seemingly endless. There’s an intense amount of pressure for a two-hour activity to not just succeed but to be both fun and profound, a game-changer for hundreds of people.

It’s a crazy thing to love doing, but we do. We’re not for everyone, but if our story resonates with you, we might be the right fit. Tell us about your quest and we’ll help you make it come alive.

– Rob Fletcher

OUR TEAM

Rob Fletcher
Founder, Quixote Consulting

 

Rob Fletcher is an award-winning speaker, author and consultant.

Rob’s quest is to build passionate, persistent teams and organizations to be at their best, united in a common purpose with each person’s strengths effectively in play everyday.

Rob’s specialty is designing and leading large group teambuilding activities and games for organizations.

He has received training in the Emotional Intelligence model and is certified to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). Rob’s dynamic approach has provided lasting results for organizations as diverse as New Balance to Microsoft to the Chicago White Sox.

When asked about a favorite memory from leading a large group team building activity, Rob replied, “On stage leading a Charity Bike Build teambuilding for New Balance, looking out over a sea of people that I had just whipped into a frenzy roaring with excitement. 800 New Balance employees – a global group from Asia, Latin America, Europe and North America – were there at Boston University’s arena to build bicycles for kids.

The planning and logistics took months and months. We customized the Bike Build to implement their ‘move the world’ theme in every aspect, right down to the soundtrack and the challenges.

They built and donated 130 bicycles in 90 minutes, which was a new record for us. And having over 50 Quixote Consulting staff members was like its own team building activity! The New Balance activity is something I’m still very proud of and love those numbers: 800 people, 90 minutes, 130 bicycles donated.”

Jayne Hannah
Lead Facilitator

 

Jayne Hannah has been facilitating corporate events for over 30 years and always leads with her heart. Jayne emigrated 16 years ago to the U.S. from London, England. She has received training in the emotional intelligence model and is certified to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).

She brings a level of caring, flexibility and attention to detail that is unparalleled. She has a unique skill of simultaneously ensuring that the logistical aspects of an event are perfect, of forging a strong, personal connection with each client and making sure everyone involved learns along the way to the completion of an amazing program.

Jayne says, “I enjoy transforming our client’s expectations into the participants’ experience, and to see and feel that in action. There is nothing like seeing something being produced from the paper into the conference room, and to see the shift of energy and even perspective.”

When asked for a favorite memory from a large group team building program, Jayne replied,A client contact who organized and participated in a charitable program, said to me at the end ‘I don’t want to leave this room, it’s been such a positive experience.’ She looked like a happy child at the end of a ‘best day ever.’ It was great to see such an uplifted face from a busy, successful CEO.”

Margaret Sheehan
Production Manager

 

Margaret’s superlative attention to detail and natural ability to “make things happen” are an integral part of setting the stage for a successful and seamless large team building event. Responsible for managing everything that goes into each program, Margaret ensures that every detail is in place for the perfect event.

When asked what she feels is the most meaningful part of her work, her response is, “I love being part of something bigger! I usually work behind the scenes preparing materials for the big day. Knowing how all the pieces come together and how many people are impacted is a very surreal feeling.”

Margaret is a graduate from the University of New Haven, where she studied business and music. In addition to these interests, Margaret loves discovering new local restaurants and breweries, as well as experimenting with new recipes in her own kitchen.

Laura Herbert
Accounts Payable/Receivable Manager

 

Laura’s organizational skills and professionalism in managing client and vendor accounts make her an important part of the Quixote Consulting team.  Laura has been a crucial part of Quixote Consulting since its inception.

When asked what quirky life experience has been surprisingly helpful in her life and work, Laura replied, “ I’ve always been a bit of a Jill of All Trades, and I have the ability to adapt to many different situations.  That has definitely proven very helpful over the years!”

In addition to working at Quixote Consulting, Laura spends her time helping to care for injured and orphaned wildlife.  She enjoys spending time in nature and appreciating all living things, great and small.

OUR STORY

After performing at Woodstock ’94 I was at a crossroads. A hand injury stopped my professional guitar-playing career cold. I had traveled the world, studied psychology, music, business finance. I wrote music instructional books like Blues Harmonica For Beginners. I loved the passion, play and mutual fun of bringing people together and lifting them up. I wanted to create meaning in people’s lives. I wanted to go deep, not just to make a living, I wanted to make a difference. But I didn’t know how to combine play and purpose.

Then team building found me.

I began guiding large groups of underserved kids from NYC, building teams where it’s needed so badly. Then classes of New England’s top universities, setting a collaborative tone.

By the end of the nineties, I was on stage in Las Vegas, leading a group of 500 corporate salespeople, building Pipelines, guiding them to collaborate as one team through the shear raw power of fun. That was it for me! I knew I had found a calling.

Fast-forward 25 years. My company Quixote Consulting, named after the famous knight Don Quixote, continues the quest to change lives with play and purpose. We use large group team building activities to jumpstart the journey to ‘one team and one goal’. We believe every team is a hero team, and every team of heroes needs a guide.

A large group team building game is a powerful story, one that everyone remembers. We hook the story with the company message, sinking it deeper into long-term memory, cutting through the complexities and frustrations of daily work.

Leading large group team building activities takes a special talent. The logistics are seemingly endless. There’s an intense amount of pressure for a two-hour activity to not just succeed but to be both fun and profound, a game-changer for hundreds of people.

It’s a crazy thing to love doing, but we do. We’re not for everyone, but if our story resonates with you, we might be the right fit. Tell us about your quest and we’ll help you make it come alive.

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