Are you looking for team-building activities for your next corporate event? As you know, these can help employees connect with each other as well as their employer.
According to a Gallup study, when your employees are engaged, they are much more likely to be productive. When a comparison was conducted with a similar corporation, Gallup found that the one with engaged employees increased their company’s performance up to 200%.
There are a variety of outdoor team-building exercises that might appeal to your staff. For some employees, this may be the first time that they engage in these types of activities. As a result, it can provide even more opportunities for employees to connect with each other on a positive level by sharing knowledge and skills.
Hunting and Fishing
Many people in the United States enjoy hunting and fishing. Chances are that some or all of your employees already engage in these popular outdoor activities. Recent figures show that over 38 million people in this country go hunting and fishing on a regular basis. People that enjoy hunting tend to do so an average of 21 days per year.
It’s important to note that more women go hunting these days than they did about five years ago. Recent research shows that 72% more women are using firearms to hunt as well.
If you’re planning to host your corporate event in a rustic setting in Wisconsin, for example, you might want to consider pheasant hunting. During the late 19th century, the ring-necked pheasant was introduced to Wisconsin as a game bird. Pheasant hunting is a long-standing tradition in this state, and bonds can be created by going pheasant hunting.
Archery can also be a fun team-building exercise. Since many adults that enjoy archery also go bow-hunting, perhaps both activities could be part of your outdoor itinerary.
The Archery Trade Association (ATA) reported that participation in this sport increased around 20% between 2012 to 2015. As a result, there are about 23.8 million archers in the country.
Other Types of Team Building
There are probably a long list of team-building exercises that you and your staff have discussed. In addition to the outdoor activities you have considered or planned, you may want to include a few indoor ones as well. Chances are that before this corporate event is even over, you and your employees will already be planning the next one. That will, of course, be an definite sign that your event was a success. Once you’re all back at work, it won’t be surprising to see how engaged and productive everyone is.