Tired Of Team Building Activities Where You Don’t Learn Anything?

The 1st Floor Challenge - T1FC
Team building activities are generally used in companies to develop cooperation between team members. An effective team is an integral part of the company’s success. But when we look at the team building activities that are currently on the market, we find some that are simply ridiculous or boring. Some are just fun, it’s good to play paintball, tug of war, a game with balloons, but deep down they don’t really improve performance in a team-based environment.

The 1st Floor Challenge, #T1FC, is a workshop different from any you’ve ever done. It’s a Team Building activity created for learning and practice Project Management, Sustainability, and Innovation. In this workshop forget the long hours of monotonous explanations. We believe learning should be as compelling as your favourite game! In only one day, you’ll learn how to manage a team project like a pro, and a chance to fly your own drone.

How does #T1FC build an effective team?

To build an effective team, T1FC team members:

  • Share a common goal,
  • Each participant should play a role in the team, using their strengths to achieve their objectives,
  • Can practice communication and collaboration for improve performance,
  • Must generate motivation, commitment to achieve satisfaction,
  • Must have respect for each other,
  • Can practice brainstorming, creativity, feedback, trust,
  • Exercising interpersonal aspects needed for a project, such as: leadership, teamwork, decision making, communication and negotiation,
  • Learn from experience when confronted with problem solving, organizational development and conflict resolution.

Implement your knowledge in a real project, by managing your team’s drone building, and be proud of your project when you see it fly!

Join us!

Questões Abordadas no Webinar: Pergunte Sobre Sustentabilidade em Projetos

Questões Abordadas no Webinar: Pergunte Sobre Sustentabilidade em Projetos


No dia 12 de Julho, realizamos o webinar gratuito “Pergunte sobre Sustentabilidade em Projetos”, conversamos com os participantes e demos respostas às dúvidas colocadas.

Deixamos aqui as perguntas que foram analisadas durante a sessão:

Q1: Como se relaciona a sustentabilidade com a gestão de projetos?


Q2: A sustentabilidade é introduzida em todos os grupos de processos, ou basicamente no planeamento e na execução?


Q3: Quando falamos de sustentabilidade, estamos a falar de sustentabilidade em produtos, em projetos ou na organização?


Q4: Qual a forma mais eficiente de introduzir a sustentabilidade nos projetos?


Q5: Podemos alinhar a sustentabilidade em projetos com o relatório de sustentabilidade?


Nesta sessão também discutimos sobre:

  • Certificação GPM: Sustentabilidade em Gestão de Projetos.
  • The Global Goals for Sustainable Development.
  • Sustentabilidade económica, social e ambiental.

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Webinar Gratuito: Pergunte Sobre Sustentabilidade em Projetos

Data: 12 Julho, 2017
Duração: 30 minutos
Hora: 15:00 (WEST, Lisboa, Portugal)

Neste webinar terá a oportunidade de esclarecer as suas dúvidas sobre sustentabilidade em projetos.

Nesta sessão iremos:
» Responder às perguntas dos participantes, sobre Sustentabilidade em Projetos.
» Aprofundar em alguma área especifica requerida pelos participantes.
» Ilustrar as respostas com exemplos da vida real.

Lugares limitados. Para se inscrever envie um email para training@emete.com, indicando o seu nome, e as suas dúvidas (seja especifico, por favor).

Enviaremos, por email, o link do webinar antes do evento.


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Interval Servicing Visited Us In Our Office

Visit of Interval Servicing in our office.

This May we had the pleasure to receive the visit of Interval Servicing in our office. We’ve been working together for several years now and this is the first time they visit Portugal.

After visiting Emeteclass’ headquarters in Aveiro, we showed them around Porto and Lisbon. They were very happy and really enjoyed our beautiful country.

Thank you so much for coming! We are so glad you enjoyed the stay, and are proud to welcome satisfied customers. We’re looking forward to many more years of working together!

Don’t cut costs when it comes to developing your business

The most solid basis for developing your business is to create a consistent system. Companies must invest in a consistent process, both in the operational and in the project’s area that allows them to achieve sustainable growth.

We have contact with many companies, some smaller than others, all with many good business ideas. However, we noticed that the fundamental problem is the lack of consistency in organizational processes. There is inconsistency in the relations with staff, with vendors and with clients.

When you think of your company as a whole, and look to the future, your mind creates an idea of how to work. It soon appears, sometimes unconsciously, the need to manage people and process in an integrated way.

But there are a lot of methodologies, a lot of technologies, and a lot of software totally disconnected from each other. The first step is to focus on the future, to learn about what methodologies exist in the market, and especially how these methodologies can be integrated.

These are some questions that you can ask yourself in order to know if your business is in the right way:

  • Do you know how to integrate strategy, innovation, project management, and sustainability?
  • Do you know how to integrate policies, process and procedures, with project management and operations?
  • Do you know the financial contribution of each project and each operation carried out in your organization?
  • Please don’t cut costs when it comes to developing your business, the lack of a consistent process can be a key factor in the failure of your organization. Learn, innovate, organize, integrate and grow! Create the future of your business in a sustainable way!