• Professional Development Workshops

    Fresh, fun and tangible approaches to
    building your core values

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In-Person, Online and Hybrid Workshops

Twenty One Toys workshops have been built with your team in mind. We use toys to engage your team and help develop an appreciation for empathy and failure in the workplace. By doing so, these workshops help increase employee retention, foster a fun and enjoyable work environment and bring fragmented teams together.

We offer a combination of ready-to-go, professional development workshops to suit online, in-person or hybrid work environments. Book a call today to see how we can help.

  • Meet the Empathy Toy®

    The Empathy Toy is a blindfolded puzzle game that can only be solved when players learn to understand each other.

    Each game is expertly facilitated to uncover insights into how you and your team communicate, all in less than 2 hours.

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  • Meet The Failure Toy®

    The Failure Toy® is a game of balance, exprimentation, and a whole lot of laughter.

    In under 2 hours, players gain powerful insights into how they react to risk, feedback, competition, and the expectations of their teammates.

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Clients & Testimonials

  • Sherri Griffiths
    Regional Vice President Business Banking

    “The Failure Toy® workshop was a great experience for our teams. The hands on experience is an eye opener on how you feel about risk and failure and how this impacts ourselves and our teams. I would highly recommend this workshop!”

  • Kathy Smart
    Toronto Finance International

    “Twenty One Toys did a fantastic job...the Empathy Toy and Failure Toy workshops were far and beyond what we had expected and the participants got so much our of them. The games are powerful, and the facilitation is exceptional.”

  • Jane Evans
    BMO Financial Group

    “[Thanks to Twenty One Toys] we've been able to demonstrate the direct connection between empathy and customer loyalty and financial results - there is a chain and sequence that's important there. We've been able to demonstrate within our company that the value chain exists, and perhaps more importantly, we believe it.”