Outdoor team building means different things to different people, ranging from a fun experience in the grounds of an hotel to a challenging event in the adventurous outdoors, or a more significant programme of behavioural evaluation alongside a performance enhancement process during a series of progressive outdoor challenges.

We design outdoor team building events in many differing formats to complement each client’s specific objectives so that our proposed event is pertinent, focused and offers excellent value.

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Improve Communication

Enjoyable activities enable teams to get to know and better understand each other.

Develop Leadership

Structured team activities will identify leadership qualities and allow all individuals to contribute.

Boost Morale

A successfully completed task creates momentum and makes people feel good about themselves.

Encourage Creativity

Unusual tasks allow people to use their imagination to plan creative solutions.

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Gounds-based Outdoor Team Building

Engage participants in activities or exercises based in the grounds of a hotel or conference centre offering a range of challenges in line with their development objectives. These could also be scattered around the countryside involving participant teams in orienteering between the challenge sites.

Grounds-based outdoor team building events may include a competitive or collaborative theme and can last from a couple of hours to a couple of days. The level of physical challenge is usually relatively low and so the events are entirely inclusive and engaging.

High-Challenge Outdoor Team Building

A challenging outdoor team building event involves a series of adventurous activities and challenges ideally in an inspirational location, often in the form of a journey starting and ending at or close to your chosen venue. Our high challenge outdoor team building events last for 1-5 days, for up to 240 participants and may involve tasks and activities that interweave so that sub-teams meet, collaborate or compete throughout the event.

Scenario-Based Fuzzy Team Tasks

Frontier business situations require personnel who are competent to work with the unknown, to create solutions and generate forward momentum; our fuzzy team building tasks offer the opportunity to play in frontier territory, where many aspects of the business in hand are unknown, new experiences, never before encountered and amongst the chaos lies the future path, to be created or to be found.

These tasks are exceptionally challenging and intended to enable teams to witness and evaluate those behaviours exhibited outside of the normal pattern procedures of work.

Facilitated Outdoor Team Building

Outdoor team building activities work especially well within a facilitated team building process, wherein the challenges are designed to enable personal learning and team development. This format can be used to energise the team, break down communication barriers, provide experiential learning in line with specific training objectives, evaluate team performance, provide a valuable shared challenge as a focus for team development outside normal workplace conditions and enable participants to share an extraordinarily memorable experience contiguous with the team building process.

What Our Customers Say

Thanks for delivering the event for us, and for faithfully converting my vision into reality. Today I have had numerous unsolicited votes of thanks and expressions of delight from members of the QP Group Team. They are not a bunch who are easily impressed, but you succeeded in doing so. You definitely did more than just 'get to the finish line'. Indeed, Robin (CEO) also gave the event a 100% rating. Well done!

The bit that struck a chord with me is that you listened and absorbed what I was looking for, and then went out and delivered it. It is in my experience somewhat rare these days to find a supplier who really does listen to what the client wants - and takes notice of this.

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I've watched my team go through challenge after challenge over the past four days, each individual has shown me more of their potential than I have seen in years. I don't believe that we can ever accept normal results again; they keep evaluating their performance! They won't stop. What have you done?

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