Team building days don't have to be dull, dry events. Forget sitting in a room staring at four walls. We've got a vast range of fun, inspiring team activities and events that suit a whole range of needs. Motivate and educate your workforce in one go!
Size doesn't matter. Our corporate events programs can accommodate 6 or 4000 people in the UK or abroad.
Below you'll find some of our most popular team building activities, games, challenges and events. Click on the icons for more information.
Our team building activities and challenges get colleagues to join forces to achieve a common goal in a fun, fresh environment. Delegates appreciate their colleague's contributions and return to base with better working relationships.
There are plenty of options to consider.
Interactive team building days can consist of a variety of events. For a varied program, try events such as It's a Knockout, Country Sports events, Team Challenge days , Driving days and Multi Activity Team days.
Let us know what you want your team members to achieve through team building exercises. We will listen, make relevant suggestions and provide you with a detailed proposal for each event.
We believe that bespoke team building activities achieve better results.
No two clients supply the same brief. All of our team building events are quoted on an individual basis. We take the personalised approach to planning and delivering full and half day programs of activities.
Our training consultants and facilitators work with you on the day to achieve aims and objectives. There is no set format. They can provide assistance from start to finish or be there at the beginning and end. You can also request an external training consultant to attend and make observations that can be implemented back at the office after the event.
The team building list is endless and only shows a small proportion of the team building events and activities we can provide.
Custom built team building exercises - as a company we pride ourselves on being flexible and can take into account budget restraints and small numbers of participants when preparing our initial suggested team event proposals.