Posts for tag: team building activities
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The weather is at last heating up so now’s the time to book in some team building!
Here are some brand new activities to inspire you:
The chocolate gift giving season is upon us with St Valentine’s Day and Easter approaching. We’d like to give you a year’s supply of Britain’s best chocolate!
Download a copy of our recently updated catalogue of Team Building Activities.
Full details of each activity, what outcomes can be expected, prices, duration and group size of our most popular and latest team building activities can be found….
Take a look at some of our most popular team building events in action in 2015!
For thousands of years, the head of the table has broken bread to signal the commencement of a meal. Celebration, or feasting, is an important practice for high performing teams. Our latest activity explores the similarities between building teams and making bread.
With the popularity of TV shows like ‘The Great British Bake Off’, alongside concerns over additives in commercial loaves, the art of baking bread is back in vogue. The smell of freshly baked bread is captivating and many say the process of kneading therapeutic. Making bread is a simple process but one that requires patience and control.
When Lego meets Art (or team building) it delivers more than you’d expect.
Lego fiend Nathan Sawaya has recreated and exhibited his Lego versions of great works of art around the world; but not always to critical acclaim.
Is it art? Or the result of well funded self-publicity?
As team away days start to appear in 2014 diaries here’s a list of what’s likely to be adding some fun and bonding to this year’s off-site.
5. The Toy Factory makes a difference to less fortunate children as teams create handmade wooden toys.
Outcomes – values, pride, see the softer side of colleagues, explore manufacturing processes and find time to talk to one another.…
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