Corporate Programmes

Suitable for team-building, boosting creativity and imagination. 

Need an activity to wind down together as a team? Or looking for a new and creative approach in the workplace?

You can even squeeze in a lunch time programme!

SBC brings a variety of programmes that will strengthen teamwork, unlock the imagination and improve communication.
From bullet journaling to effective storytelling, these programmes can be customised to suit any environment, from the education to marketing industry. It can also be made suitable for any type of employee, be it interns or executives.

Take a look at the list of programmes we offer and enquire at the button below to set up a meeting or write in to [email protected] for more details and we'll get in touch!

Creative Writing

Bullet Journaling

Journaling for Wellness

It has been well-documented and researched that the process of writing can be a healing one. What is it then about writing that helps people untie the knots in their lives and bring clarity and connectedness into their life experiences?​

Psychologists and psychotherapists have long recognised the therapeutic benefits of writing in helping their clients gain understanding of the complexities of the world they live in.​

If you have had a taste and appreciation of writing as a salve, this workshop on journaling will help you discover some good practices and ideas on how to deepen the experience.​

If you’d like to discover how you may avail yourself of the resources within you through journaling, this workshop will show you the ropes and help you make a start to knowing yourself better.
Making a Memoir

Writing Your Family Story

Family is something close to our hearts. We all document our family in one way or the other: we take photographs, we save keepsakes from our childhood, we listen and retell family stories.

This workshop will help you transform your photos, mementoes and memories into a family story that will be treasured by your family. Led by facilitators from The History Workroom, this workshop will provide tips on how to organise and preserve treasured items and memories;

• show how to use selected public databases and resources to search for details and historical context;
• give examples on how to compile and write a meaningful story of your family; and
• explore the exciting options in presenting and sharing your family story.
Throughout the process, the facilitators will share their own experiences in family history and discuss several case studies to give participants ideas and inspiration for their own projects.

Course outline

• Why write your family story? Exploration of the different ways of doing family history.
• Short lecture and discussion on various sources of family history and tips on how to organise and preserve treasured items and memories.
• Step-by-step demonstration on how to use selected local public online databases to search for clues and details.
• Group discussion on participants’ family history projects/goals.
• Case study discussion of various family stories, their pros and cons, and relevance for participants’ projects.

By the end of the workshop, participants will:

• Be able to organise and adopt effective methods of preserving family photos, documents and memories;
• Be able to use selected online databases to research their family history;
• Understand the pros and cons of various options for writing, presenting and sharing their family story; and
• Develop a roadmap for their family story project.


Organisational Storytelling



The workshop will give participants an understanding of how stories work on a brain level and how that makes storytelling a powerful tool for influence. The facilitator will provide practical guidance on how to effectively use stories in the corporate world both for communications with colleagues and with stakeholders. Through individual and groupwork, participants will learn how to craft stories that will help people connect, embrace change and build a cohesive organisation and community.

Workshop Outline

This workshop will explore how stories and storytelling techniques will enable the team to improve on communications within the organisation as well as effective transmission of information. The session will include:

  1. Why storytelling is such a powerful communication tool and our best tool for influence
  2. Understanding the elements of story structure and how they can be used to give the best potential for influence
  3. The use of storytelling as an effective way of transmitting organisational values and messages.


  • What makes a good story?
  • What makes effective storytelling?
  • How to collect and record stories effectively
  • How to learn and craft a story effectively
  • Sharing of stories through guided storytelling activities

Workshop Objectives

The learning objectives would include the following:

  • Gain an understanding of why storytelling is such a powerful communication tool for leadership
  • Get insights into what makes a story have influence potential
  • Discover how storytelling can be used for a variety of organisational purposes
  • Learn how to use stories to engage attention and effectively transmit information
  • Hands-on experience of effective strategies for preparing, telling and sharing stories
  • Practice telling stories in a supportive environment
Personal Stories for Interviews


In this highly practical workshop you will dig down into your life experiences for stories that can be used to sell your abilities. You will discover how to structure a story so it has a greater potential for influence and learn methods for polishing up your stories ready to shine in your interviews.

The workshop will cover:

  • Why storytelling is an effective tool for influence in all aspects of life
  • Exploring your life experiences for useful stories
  • Types of stories to prepare for interviews
  • How to structure your stories so that they have a greater potential for influence
  • Methods for polishing up your stories

Narrative Games

The Cake is a Lie

Roleplaying Game

Participants have awoken on a beleaguered colony spaceship.

Due to failing engines and other resource shortages, players must prove to the AI and the rest of the crew through a series of tests that they are worthy of being kept alive and that they should be part of the new space colony. Anyone who displeases the AI is turned into Cake.

Social Conflict.

Roleplaying Game

Participants are members of a royal court, who have come to celebrate the Emperor.

Each courtier has both a court-facing and hidden motive, and they must interact with each other over the course of dinner to try to achieve both. The Emperor dispenses favour and disfavour at his whim.

Social Conflict.
Catch the Double Agent!

Roleplaying Game

Participants are rookie secret agents being put through their final tests before they are promoted to full Agent.

Just so happens that an emergency happens - there's a double Agent in the upper ranks, and because the rookies are still unknown faces, they're tasked to solve the puzzles and bring the agent to justice!

This game is a loosely-confined escape room with physical puzzles and designed for a group of ~20 pax to play together. Can be adapted for different age groups.

Escape Room Puzzle.