Team building gets creative

Gone are the days when team building equated to pushing your team to their limits. Fuelled by a desire to ‘make’ them work together, employees were sent on rigorous team building days out, scaling military-grade obstacle courses and being abandoned on Brecon Beacons. These types of event focused on the stamina and fitness of all team members – leaving those …

Event trends for the year ahead

Planning an event for your business can be hard, especially if you’re not sure what is currently ‘in vogue’. As with anything else, events also have trends and knowing what those upcoming trends are, will make your event planning go much easier. The key to any modern event is to make it customised. Business owners are realising, events that are …

Are team building events away from the workplace still needed

Are team building events away from the workplace still needed?

Let’s face it – team building events can be expensive, especially if you’re a small business. It’s only natural that you may shy away from organising a team building event, especially if you’re unsure of the real value you’re getting in return. But are they really needed at all – and isn’t it cheaper to hold them in the workplace? …

Why not organise a festival?

Stuck for a present idea for your loved one? Why not organise a festival! Are you bored of buying presents for your loved ones, that just don’t hit the spot? Do you have a loved one that is a bit of nightmare to buy for? How about arranging a surprise party with a difference – and opt for a festival of honour for your nearest and dearest? A unique way to celebrate a festival...

Team bonding – take your example from the animal kingdom

Team bonding – take your example from the animal kingdom. The animal kingdom can teach us so much about teamwork. Whether it’s how to bond or creating a show of loyalty, animals have it all going on. Here are some examples of teamwork we can learn from our animal friends, regardless of how small or large they may be. Bees Bees live for the common vision – the survival of...