Poker as teambuilding exercise

Only motivated and creative employees achieve best results.

Get inspired by our presentations and workshops and arrange your staff’s business life to a more playful one.


PokerAcademy offers seminars – also in cooperation with our partners (coaches, motivational trainers and business professionals) – dealing with topics such as business poker and the achievement of goals.


Doing this we consider your personal requests and the needs of your team. A selection of our topics:


Mindfulness + Values: How can we work even better in a team?
Motivation: Everything is voluntary. How can I go to work (even) more motivated?
Manipulation: How do I best protect myself from heteronomy?
Learning to lose: Why does it hurt? How do I deal with it?
Achieving goals: What do I really want?


All the topics are discussed at the poker table during the game.

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«Want to succeed in business? Play Poker!»


This is the beginning sentence of an article of the American news channel CBS from October 2009, which reports why poker is good for your business life.


Top managers understand the logic of the game within a few minutes and they are far more successful in estimating their opponents at the poker table than others. They often proceed more analytical and react less emotional in important decisions. On the other side, many successful poker players often are excellent businessmen, after their poker careers.


A successfull poker player does not win every game, but s*he will win more money with good cards and loose less with poor cards as a mediocre player. That's exaclty what makes the difference and ensures long term winnings and that you reach your goals sustainably.


Thanks to acoustics, haptics and emotions, our workshops will be an unforgettable experience. Sustainability guaranteed.

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teambuilding activities

Six basic pieces of advice from the poker table for your next meeting:

1. Know the rules and your exact goal/target!

2. Do the reality check: How strong are you really?

3. Who is your opponent?

4. Act correctly by regarding all facts. Now.

5. Be prepared for the final.

6. Listen to your stomach: Both at the poker table as well as in business negotiations.

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