Gauteng, the corporate epicentre of South Africa, is the perfect setting for a teambuilding experience. An effective teambuild facilitator is able to restore the unity, direction and spirit of a team, which is of enormous benefit to every employer and manager as well as sports coach and parent. Your team’s real potential is just waiting to be unleashed!
Businesses and organisations first began putting team building techniques into practice relatively recently, in the 1990s. Companies noticed the benefits achieved through these activities and this spurred the team building industry to advance beyond all expectation.
The motivating environment of a team building activity focuses on social connections, boosting workplace relations and creating a synergistic, effective and high-spirited team. Groups participate in activities structured to motivate and promote communication which translate, back in the office, to an increase in performance and productivity. While excelling as an individual is satisfying, the feeling is intensified tenfold as a member of a successful team. A team that is successful and happy will exceed your, and even their own, expectations.
Gauteng offers a refreshing complement of city and nature, exciting indoor and outdoor activities, and exceptional venues that will give any team a boost.
Energise your team and make a booking with one of Dirty Boots’ Gauteng-based teambuilding operators. Their offerings are suited to corporate teams, small business groups, team leaders and managers, sporting and youth groups, family groups, conferences, year-end functions and incentives or make a booking just for a fun day away from the office.
Choose from a multitude of activities and experiences like:
Outdoor activities include dragon boat racing, abseiling and rap jumping, extreme zip line, paint ball, mountain biking, guided game drives, quad bike safaris, archery, sling shot/clay pigeon/laser/air rifle shooting, river rafting, rock climbing, horseback safaris, hiking trails and gorge gliding.
Indoor activities like brain-teaser games and problem solving activities, ice breakers and bongo drumming.
Cooking experiences with a bush braai.
Cultural activities with traditional San fire making and mine tours.