Buiding Teams and Making Bread in London
For thousands of years, the head of the table has broken bread to signal the commencement of a meal. Celebration, or feasting, is an important practice for high performing teams. Eating together is still regarded, across all cultures, as one of the best ways to recognise team success. This activity explores the similarities between building teams and making bread.
- Bread making is a tactile, physical process. Requiring accuracy, energy and patience.
- The process incorporates the intense activity of kneading alongside periods of rest while the dough proves
- Suits groups from 6 to 60
- Typically a 3 hour activity, with the option to extend
- Our equipment is portable and so the activity can take place in a meeting room or outdoors
- ‘What’s my loaf?’ icebreaker
- Mixing, kneading and knocking back dough
- Discussion on the parallels of bread making to team working
- Baking, then tearing sharing and eating delicious fresh bread
Duration: Half Day
Location: Central London – hotels, conference centres or outdoors
Dress: Casual wear
Investment: £1750 for up to 10 participants