We make work better with play


Our play-based programs teach the skills and mindsets needed in a rapidly changing world.



Who We Work With

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Hear From Our Clients

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“We arranged for Project Play to come and hold workshops for 150 of our employees and the feedback was outstanding. Our corporation leadership team is now aware of the power of “Yes, And….”, and we have seen multiple teams introduce play into their organisational rituals. ”

Jake Spiering, Executive Director and CFO, Chevron Australia


“What a great way to unleash some creativity. We learned the power of fun and the key takeaway is how we can get caught up in structures and process and bureaucracy and it taught us that play is a great way to create energy, create innovation and build relationships to connect with each other.”

Carolyn Bell, Executive Director Epworth, Healthcare


“It was through play-based learning that the team were able to uncover and have some conversations that they might not have had so naturally and easily, that happened through their interactions that loosened their rational thinking and opened the space for different conversations.”

Elizabeth Fritzlaff, Senior OD Consultant, ME Bank


Cost of Disengagement


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Annual cost of absenteeism


Annual cost of stress-related mental health claims


Why Play?

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Fostering Creativity

Creativity comes from our ability to play, experiment and take risks. It’s seeing things with fresh eyes and is the key to solving complex problems.


Emotional Agility

Emotional Agility is how we positively navigate our everyday thoughts and emotions, as well as interact with our peers. It’s one of the most important elements of our success.


Psychological Safety

Psychological Safety is the #1 driver for high performing teams according to Google. It’s when it’s safe to take interpersonal risk without fear of judgment.


“You learn more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.” - Plato