Team-building activities have come a long way since we were stretching out our arms to catch a colleague in a “trust fall” or navigating a muddy obstacle course. Yet corporate, social or team-building events often still seem to involve an adrenaline-fuelled challenge or formal training in the same hotel meeting rooms. There now also needs to be a focus on people’s imaginations, creativity and sense of fulfilment rather than simply their existing skillsets. A thriving business requires thriving employees who are not just skilled, but happy and motivated.
This requires a different kind of team-building activity, one that takes place in a relaxed environment in which to undertake an exercise that i