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Team away days are a powerful tool for businesses to build stronger teams, improve communication and foster a positive work culture. Here are three tips to help you run a successful team away day.


Start with a clear theme or goal

Having a clear theme or goal in mind will help guide the planning of your away day and ensure that the activities you choose align with your objective. It could be something as simple as team bonding or improving communication, or something more specific like a popular gameshow, sporting event or holiday.


Mix business and fun

A team away day should not just be about work but also about having fun and relaxing. This can help build relationships and create a positive atmosphere that everyone will enjoy. Choose activities that are both engaging and enjoyable to ensure everyone is invested in the day.

It’s an excellent opportunity for colleagues from different levels and departments to get to know each other on a personal level. Encourage team members to engage in activities that allow them to share their interests, hobbies, and personalities. This can help break down barriers and build stronger relationships within the team.


Venue, food, and travel planning

Once you have a clear theme and a plan for the day, you can start planning the venue, food, and travel. Make sure to choose a venue that is accessible and suitable for your activities. In fact, planning the venue is one of the first things you should do. Consider the travel arrangements for your team, whether it’s a bus, train, or even a plane, to ensure everyone arrives on time and is ready to participate.

Running a successful team away day requires careful planning, attention to detail and a focus on creating a positive atmosphere. By mixing business and fun, getting to know each other, and having a clear theme, you can create an away day that everyone will enjoy and benefit from.



21 / 03 / 2023

3 tips to planning a team away day

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