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Get 2013 Off On The Right Foot With Teambuilding by Teamscapes
Teambuilding events are vastly important in the working calendars of thousands of businesses, with many companies utilising these courses to drive their entire plans for the future
Situated at three country house venues in convenient locations across the country, the teambuilding activity courses provided by Sundial Teamscapes are designed to challenge the mind rather than the body, and help employees to improve skills such as creativity, time-keeping, resource management, leadership and problem-solving. All of these important traits are crucial for a company looking to move forward with new plans and continue to turn over a profit. Creativity helps to generate fresh new ideas within a workforce, the leadership challenges can help to identify those who would excel in a position of authority should one become available, and skills such as time-keeping and resource management are important for every member of a workforce, from the higher echelons of the boardroom to the office, shop floor, warehouse or working environment itself.
The courses are available at Barnett Hill in Surrey, as well as Highgate House and Woodside, which are both Midlands meeting venues. All of the venues are set in tranquil areas to promote complete focus and concentration, yet they are still easy to access via a multitude of transport links. The courses that are offered are bespoke and tailored to each individual workforce, with the intention of tackling whichever area the managers, recruitment officers or HR department feel would benefit most. Along with the traditional indoor and outdoor exercises which make use of purpose-built installations in the houses and grounds, there are also some culinary team building activities which have just as many benefits, with the added advantage of a mouth-watering reward on completion of the task. Each of the tasks is designed with a particular set of skills in mind, whether it’s defusing a fake bomb to hone a team’s ability to work under pressure, or simply trading wooden blocks between team members to optimise sales skills.
With a strong team, which draws on the skills of its member, with every member playing to their strengths, businesses have the solid foundations they need to move forwards and make exciting plans for 2013.
To find out more about Sundial Teamscapes’ range of teambuilding exercises and to design a bespoke programme, visit http://www.sundialteamscapes.com.