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With unemployment at the highest rate in 10 years, it seems the downfall of our economy is causing a “blame culture” in many industries. However, top team building company Fresh Tracks, have created a bespoke team building experience which may help.

Tom Vaughton, General Manager of Fresh Tracks, comments: “Few can honestly claim that there hasn't been any rivalry within their business. Sales teams might question the production department's willingness to meet their orders. And a moment talking to the production team may reveal some frustration with the sales team’s disregard for the realities of production. We are very excited about our brand new team building activity The Team Machine, which has been built with this in mind”.

The large scale, high-energy event is designed to bond people through a common goal. Tom explains: “Collaboration rather than competition is the key to success as teams construct giant mechanisms that - only when connected together correctly - result in a triumphant finale.

“Working towards a shared goal is the essence of teamwork, yet all too often we spend our time and energy not co-operating, but instead striving towards departmental achievements which are out of sync with the company's objectives.”

Each team receives materials to create their own working mechanism. Muddled plans are distributed throughout the group with all teams receiving having different essential information. After sharing the information across the group, individual teams then work together to explore what their mechanism is. It could be anything from a model launch device to a helter-skelter!

Later, all teams work together to find the correct sequence of the various mechanisms to enable them to link together and create “an explosive finale!”

Tom Vaughton concludes: “There can be no better time to encourage teams to pull together. While this team building event will produce great benefit on its own, Fresh Tracks can also provide a facilitator to examine behaviour and link findings to the workplace and value to achieve the best results.”

For more information or a meeting to discuss this new event contact Tom Vaughton on Tel: 01920 822 220 or view The Team Machine on our website .

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