PRLog - July 25, 2012 - NORTHAMPTON, U.K. -- A selection of fun, accessible and effective outdoor teambuilding activities are now available from Sundial Teamscapes, at a Sundial Venue or at your place. The portable teambuilding tasks can be constructed and enjoyed by any office with an outdoor space available to them, including an exterior dining area or car park.
Lucy McGibbon, Sundial’s Learning & Development Director said, “Making our outdoor teambuilding activities portable means any business can reap the benefits of team development without ever having to leave their place of work. The portable activities have been carefully selected from our expansive range of indoor and outdoor exercises and are extremely versatile.
“Choosing a mix of these activities can help target specific areas for development such as team working, creativity, analytical problem solving, leadership, co-operation and communication in a familiar environment, without having to spend time and money travelling to a second location.”
As with all of the teambuilding activities from Teamscapes, the exercises are designed to be mentally taxing rather than physically challenging. This makes them suitable for all ages, abilities and sizes of group, providing proven ROI learning.
The skills learnt through completion of portable outdoor teambuilding tasks are immediately transferable back to the workplace. There are currently three portable activities available; Electric Fence, Minutes to Zero and Crossover, not to mention bespoke designed event.
For those organisations without any available outdoor space or wary of the fickle British weather, a selection of Teamscapes’ indoor teambuilding activities are also portable. Like the outdoor solutions, the indoor activities can be set up and enjoyed in any place of business with sufficient indoor space to accommodate a team or multiple teams. There are three portable indoor activities to choose from; Blockheads, Trade-off and Block Exchange.
To find out more about Sundial Teamscapes’ range of portable teambuilding exercises and to design a programme visit http://www.sundialteamscapes.com.