As the greatest team tournament in the world draws near, how will you capitalise on the energy that it creates?
Team GB’s recent success has taught a number of lessons that we can adopt in organisations. Ben Hunt-Davis from the Sydney 2000 Gold Medal Winning Rowing Team suggests that teams should rally around a single question or challenge, in his case ‘Will it make the boat go faster?’.
The enormous success in cycling at the London 2012 Olympics is in large part down to the work of little known, Matt Parker. His role was to identify numerous tweaks and small improvements which combined, led to world beating performance, now recognised as the law of ‘marginal gains’.
We’ve had the privilege of working with members of the British Canoeing Team, who alongside their punishing training and extraordinary determination have discovered that taking time out to play and have fun together makes the team stronger.
This year we are offering a number of Olympic Themed team events, including some based at the site of the London 2012 Games. Whether you have a full day or half an hour, a team of 300 or half a dozen, we’d love to share some Olympian inspiration with you.
Get in touch with us to find out more.