Glasgow Team Building
The benefits of team building have long been known. Team building events have been proven to help bring the work team closer together and when they learn to work better together outside of the office, they are likely to learn how to work better as a team when they return to the office.
Many businesses owners have benefited from the increased productivity of a team that can work well together and problem solve, even when under stress, and this is why team building activities are being increasingly used by large and small businesses as a way of motivating their staff.
Amazing Days cater for both team building events and corporate events. Amazing Days say the activities they organise are “tried and tested”. Activities include Ready, Steady, Cook, and I’m an Employee Get Me out of Here, or take part in the Taggart or Italian Job Challenge.
The events offered by Amazing Days are extremely versatile, so there’s bound to be something that everyone in the team can agree on.
Hunt Fun arranges corporate treasure hunts and provides an excellent way to see some of the best known attractions in Glasgow. They have vast experience working with some major companies and organisations.
In order to take part, teams just need to buy a treasure map and follow the trial. The maps start from just £30.00 and they can be downloaded or printed. Downloaded maps can be viewed on smartphones, iPad, Kindles, and a range of other devices.
The maps are suitable for teams of up to twenty people. For £69.00 teams can buy a personalised map, or for a truly unique day out, go for the bespoke package, which is priced at less than £400.00.
GPS maps are also available and are good for teams that like to use some modern technology. GPS Hunts start at £8.00 and are suitable for groups of six.
Demon Wheelers have spent the past 15 years arranging corporate events and team building activities throughout the UK. They have a huge collection of experiences to choose from so if you want something more conventional such as raft building or something a little more unusual like rocket launching, they have got it all.
Some other ideas include the Den of Dragons, where teams are invited to develop a new product and create a business plan, before facing the Den of Dragons – if you’ve seen the Dragons’ Den TV show, then you’ll know what to expect.
Another idea is Movie Madness, where the team will have the opportunity to create their own movie magic, or not as the case might be.