Having the ability to work well as part of a team, to take charge of a situation and be able to delegate work are all desirable characteristics for employers. Plus, a happy team is also a productive team, so team communication training can be a worthwhile investment.
If you’re just looking for a fun away day for the an office annual get together then our choice of outdoor team building activities could be of interest. Here at Call of the Wild, we do things a little differently. Here are a few of the adventurous activities that you can choose between when booking team communication training with us:
1. Rock Climbing
We’re based in the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park and along the award-winning Gower coast, and rock climbing offers a great view of the natural scenery. We provide you with all the safety equipment and our guides will teach you the ropes (pun intended), all you need to do is enjoy the exhilarating experience.
Communication is key when trying to navigate small, cramped spaces. Our underground exploration activities allow you to journey through natural or man-made caverns, and are suitable for different party sizes.
If you’d prefer to take to the open water, then why not choose kayaking or canoeing? This is a great way to explore the national park and will help you improve both your coordination skills and your communication.
4. Clay pigeon shooting
Does your job require an eye for detail and precise work? Then clay pigeon shooting is sure to be right up your street.
5. Quad biking
Do your staff do a lot of driving for a living? Then why not test out their skills out on the Welsh hills with a mucky quad biking escapade? Everyone is sure to have great fun as they prove that they’re the best driver in the group.
Work as team and navigate your way across mountainous terrain from point A to B with one of our hiking or mountain walking training days.
Taking a leap of faith can be scary in the working world, so how better to prepare yourself than bringing the metaphor to life with coasteering team building activities.
Ever wanted to shoot a colleague, well, now’s your chance (as long as you abide by our strict safety rules). Unleash your inner desire to be an action star as you play out a number of scenarios in a small group and eliminate an opposing team to capture their flag.
What is your career aim? Well, if you and your team need to improve your focus, archery could be the answer.
Last but not least, why not try a combined water and rock activity known as one of the best high-adrenaline activities you can do in the UK. It’ll certainly show how people react under pressure and improve your skills in intense situations.
What Activity Will You Choose?
For a full list of the adventure activities we offer here at Call of the Wild and how they can help your staff become a better team please click here or discover our team building courses.
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