PRLog - Dec. 28, 2012 - NORTHAMPTON, U.K. -- In such a volatile and unpredictable economic environment, it is becoming increasingly more important for businesses to be able to plan ahead and ensure that they have a more secure future. Already crucial in the working calendars of many companies, team building activities such as those offered by Sundial Teamscapes can help businesses to prepare for whatever the financial and economic crisis may throw at them by ensuring their workforce operates as a strong and functional team. The indoor team building activities available from Sundial Teamscapes help to facilitate a sense of strength and stability for any business, which will be vital to their survival in the coming months and years.
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The indoor team building events that Sundial Teamscapes offers use experiential learning to develop the team. Each business will have different obstacles to overcome; some will need to hone their staff’s ability to think under pressure or manage resources, while some might require a focus on time management or leadership skills. Teamscapes can help to design bespoke events to suit the needs of each company and improve everything from communication levels to the efficiency of a team as a unit.
The three country house conference venues that Sundial operates provide a base for these indoor events, with purpose-built facilities for team building and a tranquil and focused environment. However, the mobile team building activity unit also means that any business in any location can enjoy the indoor team building activities for themselves. The activities offered revolve around 36 hand-carved wooden blocks which are used for different purposes; they can be symbolic of resources or traded as currency.
There are also culinary team building activities available, which help to enhance the ability of colleagues to trust one another, work cohesively in a group, manage resources, time, delegate tasks and use their imagination. The cocktail challenge requires a group to devise their own four-course menu before crafting a cocktail befitting of the meal, while ‘Teamcakes’
Employees are encouraged to put the team’s needs ahead of their own, honing their ability to compromise and listen to the needs of a group. Managing potentially conflicting interests is an issue which often occurs in workplaces across the country, and learning how to deal with these struggles in a hypothetical situation can help individuals to translate their reaction to the real world. This preparation for future events can help secure and steady a company and give them a solid foundation on which to facilitate expansion and progress.
To find out more about Sundial Teamscapes’ range of teambuilding exercises and to design a bespoke programme, visit http://www.sundialteamscapes.com.