PRLog - June 28, 2012 - NORTHAMPTON, U.K. -- The England football team managed to overcome the group stages of Euro 2012 and earn their place in the quarter-finals, to the delight of a nation, whilst one of the pre-tournament favourites, Holland, crashed out surprisingly after failing to win a single game. The Dutch team were roundly criticised for their inability to play together on the pitch, while England have been praised for coming together as a solid team and creating a side which is more than the sum of its parts. Team spirit is a vital cog in the machine of a workforce; how can a team advance if they’re not all in it together, working for one another and playing to the strengths of its members? Sundial Teamscapes’ series of dynamic outdoor team-building activities are a priceless resource in return on investment learning.
At any of their three country house venues (Highgate House in Northamptonshire, Barnett Hill in Surrey, or Woodside in Warwickshire)
Sundial also offers an accredited Team Building programme ‘Teambuilding with Teamscapes’ which is quality assured and certified by EDI, the National Awarding Body. The level of learning is as described by the level descriptors contained within the National Qualification Framework and has equivalence with an NVQ Level 2.
The programme requires the successful completion of a selection of Teamscapes activities with structured debriefing sessions under the watchful eye of an Accredited Teamscapes facilitator. There are four main learning outcomes of the half-day course, including the ability to demonstrate strong examples of teamwork in order to complete tasks. It is important for all participants within the group to communicate well and be able to place trust with any team member.
The team building exercises offered by Sundial Teamscapes hope to ensure that businesses can become more than the sum of their parts as a result of these dynamic and innovative activities. Each participant will discover what their strengths and weaknesses are, and how they can contribute to the group for the common good – after all, you don’t often see defenders playing in up front, they use their defensive strengths for the good of the team and leave the goal-scoring to the strikers. However, the activities also develop each employee’s skillset to ensure that the more competent the workforce as a whole, the higher the productivity levels and the more successful they will be.
A selection of indoor, outdoor and culinary events are also portable and can be provided at any other location with an outdoor space.
To find out more about Sundial Teamscapes’ range of teambuilding exercises and to design an outdoor programme, visit http://www.sundialteamscapes.com.