Splash Projects recently completed an incredible 7-day team development project in Madrid with the MIM Students from IE Business School, constructing a beautiful roof garden at the Laguna Care Hospital. We were delighted that this super project won the attention of El Mundo, a major printed daily newspaper in Spain.
Improve the Performance of Leaders and Teams
We enable leaders and teams to be more effective, responsive and confident by challenging them outside of their normal business environment
Giving Back to Communities is Central to Everything We Do
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) with impact.
Together we will make a real difference to the engagement of your people and to the community organisations we work with and ultimately leave a better footprint on the world.
Experience of a lifetime
“We believe that experiential learning is the best way to teach.”
Whether your objective is to re-engage your staff, bring them together following an acquisition / divestment, improve performance, team work or support an in-house change programme, all our projects and services are designed for your specific needs
COVID-19 Response & Support
Like many organisations, Splash Projects has had to adapt and modify so that our project experiences can continue to help communities and people in need… now more than ever. Our projects follow Covid-19 guidelines and we will continue to carry out rigorous Health & Safety and Risk Assessments. For more information on how this works, watch this short video How do our Projects work during Covid-19?
Since 2000 Splash Projects has worked with some of the globe’s largest brands and corporate organisations delivering high quality community projects with leadership development and team building experiences.
Splash Projects carries out community projects all around the world. The map below shows some recent project locations:
We design bespoke programmes to help organisations achieve their talent development and operational goals
22 Executives from Randstad came together from all around the world to construct a sensory garden space for the De Hartekamp Groep in Heemstede, Netherlands as part of their Senior Executive Program at TIAS School for Business and Society.
Latest News & Blog
Is working from home an erosion of social capital? How to reconnect staff.
While we aren’t in the office, what can we do to replace the chit-chat? There’s only so long that we can trade off casual conversations that took place 8 months ago and every Zoom that we’ve attended since then is an erosion of social capital.
Action Response: Pushing the boundaries like James Cracknell
Splash Projects is also delighted to introduce its own “Action Response” challenges – adventures with a purpose that will be open to any team of 4 to 8 to take part.