Been given the task of arranging a team away day and wondering where to start?
Our outdoor team away days in the wild are the perfect way to bring people together.
An away day outdoors in nature has lots of benefits - including dramatic impacts on creative and innovative thinking, and decision making. Plus time in nature is a great leveller and breaks down personal barriers, making it much easier to connect with each other.
We cater for groups of various sizes from 6 to 50 people, in the Brighton and Sussex countryside, and in London. We'll help you arrange your team away day with ideas that suit your specific needs.
From a foraging walkshop to a creative campfire, we listen to what you want, share ideas and put our planning expertise into practice. You get an away day tailored to achieve your desired outcome.
There are plenty of options to explore, from facilitated conversations to bonding exercises. We have covered spaces in case of bad weather and all our team away days are designed with one purpose in mind - to keep your team effective and energised.
So leave everything to us, you can just relax and enjoy the experience.
Why Go on a Team Away Day?
A fresh environment and no interruptions from screens means you can achieve more on a team away day in the wild than you might imagine.
You can plan a new project, address sensitive issues, create a company vision and mission statement that everyone understands. There are lots of reasons to take a break and get away from the office.
Whether you need to improve relationships, develop communication skills, or want to work to a common goal or pinpoint strengths and weaknesses, we can help.
Take time out to think and plan, and make relationships with colleagues stronger.
With time for reflection, and senses heightened to the sounds and smells of nature, you'll all come back inspired and refreshed, ready to look anew at 21st century challenges and opportunities.
Why Choose School of the Wild?
Our experienced facilitators mean your time can be used effectively with everyone in your team free to fully participate. We’ll get everyone engaged and involved from beginning to end of your away day, even the quiet voices.
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Author & Curator
Nigel Berman is the founder of School of the Wild.