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O2 surveyed 2,000 adults and found that work had overtaken school as the main place where friendships are made. Could team building events have played a part in this trend?
The government has announced changes to its approach to health & safety laws, promising to cut back on uneccessary red tape. Stuart Hedges, Operations Director of Progressive Resources, explains that this will not affect the company's approach to this important issue.
Local firm Raymond Brown created a sensory garden and raised funds for the Royal British Legion as part of a team building exercise.
Progressive Resources, The Team Building Company, have launched The Parmesan Job II, a thrilling sequel to their flagship event which takes teams on an exciting adventure on land, sea and air.
Being part of a team is unavoidable for most people in business. But team is a word that's thrown around in business. Here we explore the issue of people who do not feel a part of the team that they are in.
Observations on customer centric team-work.
The New Forest is one of the best locations in the UK for conferences and events.
Together We Can event is viewed by many in the Progressive team as the most 'pure' team building event that we provide because instead of competing with each other teams complete one task together, handing over their work from one team to another.
By holding meetings and events in their own offices retailer Tesco have saved in excess of £3 million.