Alternative Olympics

Office Olympics

With the Olympics recently staged in London this special team event, Alternative Olympics, has been set up to provide the "Olympic experience" at a hotel or green field venue or in the office environment. The objective is for each team to gain as much Gold as they can for winning different types of races either in their team against the clock or against the other teams.

This fun, team building, event has a set objective and that is for each team to gain as much Gold as they can for winning different types of races either in their team, against the clock, or against the other teams.

The emphasis is on fun but good teamwork and cooperation is essential to be the best and be top of the gold table!

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ProCook try T'n'T

Based at the character Hatherley Manor Hotel, forty ProCook Managers and staff undertook an indoor Training and Teamwork session entitled "how to work in small teams". The training, run by Paul Harraway, initially asked individuals to fill in a short DISC questionnaire to ascertain their "team" personality. Paul went through; "the individual in a team" and "working as a team". The Re-energize team supported the theory with energizers to get the teams communicating and working together plus longer, more involved exercises improving their planning and communication. The event finished with Paul outlining the DISC profiling and how to be effective when working in small teams.

Alder King clued in

As part of their 100 year anniversary celebrations Alder King asked Re-energize to provide a team event at Tortworth Court, Bristol. After considering several options a clue trail was selected to enable all 130 Partners and Staff to be involved. A clue trail with a difference though, involving not only clues within the hotel and grounds, but sections involving all the team in logic tasks and team exercises including Spider's Web, Grid & Shelves and Pyramid. The teams had to tackle the tasks as quickly as they could to earn maximum points within the 2 hours time limit. After the event Beccy Bell commented "Just a quick note to thank you and all of your team for a great event on Friday afternoon. Everyone enjoyed it immensely."


Aster Group in soccer play off

The head office team from Aster enjoyed a Human Table Football tournament in the grounds of the Marsh Farm Hotel near Swindon. The 6 teams went head to head, almost literally, in a round robin tournment with the girls enjoying the competition as much as the chaps! The large HTF unit is unique to Re-energize and able to field 7-a-side and so handle a good sized group within the allocated 2 hour session.