The first free team building taster by Sundial Learning this year will take place on Friday 10th February at Highgate House in Northamptonshire. The five hour event is the perfect introduction to both Teamscapes and team building activities for those who haven’t considered teambuilding as a means of creating stronger bonds and more effective communication within the workplace.
The complimentary presentation includes tasters of both indoor team building activities and outdoor team building exercises as well as an overview of typical learning outcomes and achievements. The session concludes with a delicious buffet lunch prepared by Sundial’s award-winning head chef, Lee Gaskins. In addition to the taster session, Sundial Learning can also offer complimentary dinner, bed and breakfast the night before the event to attendees (subject to availability at the venue).
Lucy McGibbon, Sundial’s Learning & Development Director said, “Beginning 2012 with a team detox event, focused on developing your people and enabling them to work more efficiently as a team, whilst having fun at the same time, is a wonderful solution for any organisation wishing to move forward. The taster sessions are perfect for inviting you experience Teamscapes and demonstrating exactly what they can do for you, after all, seeing is believing!”
The full schedule of team building taster sessions by Sundial Learning is as follows:
1. Friday 10 February: Highgate House, Northamptonshire. 09.00 – 14.00
2. Thursday 15 March: Barnett Hill, Surrey. 09.00 – 14.00
3. Friday 27 April: Woodside, Warwickshire. 09.00 – 14.00
4. Thursday 31 May: Highgate House, Northamptonshire. 09.00 – 14.00
5. Wednesday 20 June: Barnett Hill, Surrey. 09.00 – 14.00
6. Friday 13 July: Woodside, Warwickshire. 09.00 – 14.00
To reserve a space at a taster session please call 01604 731790. To find out more about Sundial Teamscapes’ taster sessions, 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.