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Outdoor Business Games


Does anyone have any good outdoor business games that they are willing to give me info about.

I am looking for a team/s game which must be fun but with a purpose of team development and challenge.

The audience will be senior business managers (about 20 of them)

Any help would be much appreciated.

Steve Mosley

4 Responses

    I recently designed an outdoor activities for our senior managers, and I found the ‘Outdoor games’ book Gower was very useful. CIPD library have a copy of this book that you can borrow.

  2. Excellent external supplier
    An external supplier we have used recently is Wild Track, web site:

    We took Team Leaders onto one of their “high rope” challenge courses with excellent results.

  3. Get some support.
    I would suggest you follow Zoes advice and look for an external partner to support you. There are a number of reasons why I would advise this. Sadly we live in a litigious society even treasure hunts in a hotel grounds require you not only to risk assess but possibly to have specialist insurance. Call your insurers and mention the word outdoors you will feel their discomfort down the phone. Secondly there are few activities that you can run for a group of 20. Hence you will need to run the activities in at least 3 groups. Thirdly a senior team will almost certainly have seen the archetypal planks,egg drop,spiders web type stuff thats been around a while and easy to set up. I suggest you refer to the IPDs outdoor training guide isbn 0 85292 736 3. Hope this doen’t put you off.

  4. A possibility
    Try Rob Berstein at Shared Vision. they use a wide range of processes – outdoor, indoor, etc., and will be very helpful with ideas.


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