Team building activities come in all shapes and sizes and will suit different teams. You have to choose between the type of activity, whether it is indoors or outdoors and whether you want it to be a full day or half day. One other thing that you might want to consider is whether you opt for an activity that is competitive or something that requires the whole team to collaborate.
In 2012, there were thought to be too many bees in London according to the London Beekeepers Association so we, at Team Building London, thought it would be good to look at what makes them such so successful in our city .
We discovered that their success was down to team work so here are 5 tips from London’s bees to help team leaders be better at what they do:
1. Co-operation is key
Bees are very small in size but they work together a one single organism to work towards a common goal. This means great things can be achieved with team work.
Technology improves all the time and one impressive piece of kit that is the robot. Robots date back as far as 1515 when Leonardo Di Vinci designed the first one but have come a long way since then.
Today, they are much more advanced, so advanced in fact, that economist Andrew McAfee believes jobs could be filled by droids in the very near future.
This video shows robots at the 2012 RoboCup – a yearly robot football event where robots showcase their skills and team work.