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TEAMBUILDING: What's at stake?

82% of American workers report being unengaged in their work

86% of employees say that poor collaboration and a lack of communication are the main causes of workplace failures
20% of the time spent at work is being used for personal phone scrolling

30% of American workers are sabotaging the goals of the company

Is your organization experiencing:

  • Mistrust?

  • Siloing?

  • Lack of productivity?

We have a proven process that brings integrity, engagement and innovation to replace dysfunction.


George Washington University's Center for Excellence in Public Leadership

  • Real world, practical applications

  • A creative common endeavor demonstrates a new level of collaboration


  • Increased understanding of the neurobiology of communication to improve conflict resolution

  • Increased productivity through integration of the right and left brain practices

  • Increased coherence and connection within your team

"It was an awesome workshop.  Thank you for all you do. This process is very powerful."


Jennifer Telfare, General Manager, Department of Justice

“This was an extremely useful and exciting workshop. It was impressive to see our group collaborate so quickly. I am taking Unity Through Creativity’s program to our colleagues in Japan so they can have this transformative experience. It fostered collaboration and communication, which we needed. Additionally, there were challenges that took me and my colleagues out of our comfort zones. It was vital practice for the reality of our business and left us as a more united team.”

Jeremy Tole, VP, Azbil Corporation, Santa Clara, CA

Clients and Partners

  • Azbil Corporation

  • Oracle

  • NASA

  • FEMA

  • US Department of Interior

  • US Botanical Gardens

  • Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, PA

  • Boys & Girls Club, El Paso

  • Sonoma State University

  • Keystone Heritage Park

  • UTEP

  • GWU


Unity Through Creativity builds:

• Community
• Trust
• Collaboration
• Conflict Resolution

Bring Unity Through Creativity
to Your Organization

Book a free consultation call here.

  • What is the Singing Tree Mural Project?
    The Singing Tree™ Mural Project is an invitation to everyone on the planet to transcend disconnection and loneliness by having fun creating together. It was inspired by Meredith Miller, an 8 year old school girl who asked “What if the whole world made a painting together?” When founder Laurie Marshall heard Meredith's idea, the vision of all of humanity working together resonated with a deep longing for peace in the world. She designed the Singing Tree™ mural structure - works of art created by many people working together inspired by the mutualism of trees and forests. Each Singing Tree™ is a collaged painting that envisions a positive future to a community challenge, helping to heal heartbreak and spark innovative action. Many of the murals are youth-led with multigenerational participation. It is a shovel-ready team building program,
  • Who is the Singing Tree Mural Project for?
    The Singing Tree Mural Project is for businesses, organizations, associations, conferences, K-12 schools, higher education, governments, hospitals and divided communities. It is for youth, adults and elders.
  • How will this project benefit our organization?
    • Creating a collaborative mural that expresses your shared values, creativity, and vision increase cultural cohesion, engagement and trust • Efficiency and productivity are increased through training in communication, creativity and collaboration • The completed mural provides unique symbols and stories for use in marketing
  • How will this project benefit our community?
    The Singing Tree Mural Project: Strengthens intergenerational community bonds Creates a concrete, physical beacon that demonstrates that Collaboration is Possible, Powerful and Beautiful Helps heal conflict and division Sparks innovative actions
  • Who will lead the project for our team?
    A Certified Singing Tree Mural Facilitator. Please see our Team -
  • Is this project on-site or remote?
    The project can be on-site, remote and hybrid.
  • How can our remote team members participate?
    Remote members participate in training in communication skills, restorative practices, collaborative designing, creating art, and connecting to the international Singing Tree Mural Project Community.
  • How do we get started?
    Fill out this application:
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