Indoor Event

Encourage networking, team work and reinforce conference learning with an indoor team building activity.

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Team building activities can be as effective and enjoyable indoors as they are outdoors. Indoor team building events can liven up a company meeting, conference or team retreat. They offer a meaningful tool to reflect a key business message and engage participants through interactive role play. In addition to being weatherproof, indoor team building games also make the best use of time during packed meeting agendas. Many options are available, but time, and crucially the team building objectives will dictate what is achievable. Where co-workers are new to each other, a short networking exercise like Knowing Me Knowing You may be appropriate to kick start conversation and accelerate group cohesion. When time is of the essence, high impact energisers like Boomtime can offer a celebratory sense of unity without compromising presentation time.

With the luxury of longer timescales then exciting in-depth business games become a possibility. Peak Performance for example is a tablet based simulation which challenges the team to lead an expedition to summit Everest, a demanding exercise that explores; risk management, agile team working and offers a platform to parallel positive observations back to the workplace. One of the most powerful reasons to conduct indoor team building is to motivate your team to work together and achieve great results. With this in mind indoor team building challenges like The Big Picture or Beat the Box demand collaborative action to solve complex common goals. Orchestrate is perhaps the ultimate expression of harmonious teamwork - a hugely powerful and emotional indoor team-building experience that challenges companies to tune in with each other and become a symphony orchestra in just two hours!

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