Sundial Teamscapes use a mixture of indoor and outdoor team building exercises, with ice breakers and culinary team building exercises to encourage personal development and a variety of different outcomes. Aspects of working life are all honed during the exercises, with problem solving, time management, creativity and presentation skills all targeted during sessions. Each of Sundial's three sites (Woodside in Warwickshire, Barnett Hill in Surrey and Highgate House in Northamptonshire)
The tasks which will be completed are not physically strenuous and are suitable for all levels of physical ability; the onus is not on the physical aspects but more on the way in which teams overcome obstacles. Spotting potential within workforces becomes easier when the groups are faced with a problem; it suddenly becomes easy to pinpoint those with leadership qualities or those with a good eye for detail.
The outdoor activities can take place in the grounds of Sundial’s three venues, or other large outdoor spaces. While indoor team building exercises are best based in specially equipped, suitable, meeting rooms, but indeed are also available in your office! Culinary activities are also available, with the fruits of the team's labour popularly forming part of an evening meal. Each of the team building programmes offered by Sundial are bespoke and tailored to suit each company's needs. If a business is working to a tight schedule, emphasis will be placed on time management and working under pressure. If an organisation specialises in new products or designs, there will be tasks which focus more on creativity and developing self-confidence. There are unique and worthwhile packages available for all companies who wish to improve on these traits and create a medal-worthy team.
To find out more about Sundial Teamscapes’ range of teambuilding exercises and to design a bespoke programme, visit http://www.sundialteamscapes.com.
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Sundial Teamscapes are indoor, outdoor and culinary team building activities that challenge the brain, not the body. They simulate workplace issues in a non-threatening environment and offer creative solutions to a wide range of team development needs.