It’s important to maintain a sense of connection with colleagues while working remotely. Our creative, playful team building online sessions via video conference can help keep your team connected and support staff wellbeing
We can offer a playful online team session for large, medium and small teams, and are happy to work with you one-to-one.
“I felt more connection with the others in the group than I’ve ever felt on Zoom, ever”
Gareth, Groundswell Arts
Creativity and play help us feel connected to one another and help us develop emotional tools to adapt
Engaging in a light-hearted creative activity can help you to let off steam and structure your working day, or alleviate boredom if you are working at home. More importantly, playing can help you feel connected to your colleagues (and develop new office banter!)
It’s important for both wellbeing and productivity to take regular breaks; but breaks need to be meaningful. Engaging in creative, playful activities help you step out of stress and into now; leaving you refreshed and giving you the boost you need.
Our founder, Jess, is passionate about the use of creativity and play to support staff wellbeing, and address the aims of your team. Here are a few of the important reasons to get your team playing today:
- boosts morale
- maintain a sense of team connection whilst working remotely
- supports staff wellbeing
- builds confidence
- develops presentation skills
- reintegrate staff following distanced working
- increased productivity following joyful activity
Online team building at a glance
- Creative activities using word play, creativity, imagination, discussion and fun!
- One-to-one, small group or conference available.
- 45 minutes – 1 hour depending on group size.
We’ll see you soon in person or on a video conference playful team building online session.
Meanwhile, take care and do not despair! We look forward to virtually meeting you soon and bringing you some playful respite to challenging times.
You can read about our remote team building online sessions in The Guardian or our founder, Jess talking about the benefits of play as mentioned in the Evening Standard mental health at work feature
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Play connects us even via video conference.