If you’ve noticed everyone is itching to get out of the office, it might be time to plan a little getaway with the group.
A good team manager knows that the success of a company depends on more than just the skills and abilities of its team members: it is equally vital for employees to learn how to function as a cohesive whole. Unfortunately this isn’t one of those things that just ‘happens’. It takes a little team building. Where better to do that than abroad? Group incentive travel provides you and your coworkers with an invaluable tool to help improve the performance of your business in a friendly, enjoyable vacation-styled environment.
Why not treat your team to a team building experience like no other in Sydney?
Of course, team building does not necessarily have to mean awkward puzzles and uncomfortable catching games…not at all. Sydney caters to all kinds when it comes to finding the fun in a group activity. Here we have a few activities in mind that will bring a little more excitement and indulgence to the concept of ‘group activities’:
- Snorkel and dive the Great Barrier Reef: there are various cruises that treat you to an intimate, informative and inspiring underwater experience. On board, the small cruise ships offer lounge-style seating areas with full course meals.
- Executive team cooking challenge events: run by Cheeky Food Events, these are a good time and a fantastic laugh. Your team can partake or relax and watch you attempt to be the next Masterchef!
- The Sydney Opera House: of course, what would a trip to Sydney be without paying a visit to this iconic event center. With over 40 events scheduled every week, there’s sure to be something to suit the tastes of you and your coworkers should you pay a visit to the iconic ‘sails’.
A new environment situated far away from your building of business will be sure to freshen and free up opportunities for employees to unwind a little. The ‘vacation’ flavor of a trip abroad should help your coworkers feel more comfortable to share feedback, form friendships and interact more openly with other coworkers, and offer honest feedback outside the not-so-socially-stimulating confines of the office.