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Team Building Events in Ávila

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We have a Portfolio of +200 Events

If you want to organise a Team Building Event in Avila bear in mind that the city os conveniently located one hour away from Madrid and other cities such as Salamanca, Valladolid and Segovia. There is a connection with the capital of Spain through the AP 51 motorway, and also through the railway with trains running almost every hour from Chamartin station.

Avila, monumental city par excellence, was declared Historic-Artistic Ensemble in 1982 and UNESCO World Heritage in 1985. This declaration has provided Avila with growing relevance both on a national and international basis.

As regards patrimony, the city of Avila, as opposed to existing clichés, is worthy of a relaxed, tranquil visit. The walls, image of the city, are a perfect excuse for the visit of a rich patrimony treasured throughout the centuries, which is a faithful reflection of its history, its architecture, its people…

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Skyscrapers

Skyscrapers © is an original, fun and intelligent team building. Participants will form teams and compete in a macro-construction with LEGO® pieces.

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Sitges 1492

Desde el primer momento los equipos comienzan a trabajar consiguiendo objetivos en equipo

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Robinson Crusoe

Your team is completely alone on a virgin island of extraordinary beauty with no water, food or shelter in sight.

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Outdoor Challenge

An Orienteering Team Building Event embodying an outstanding opportunity for an off the beaten track experience…

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Sailing

We offer you the opportunity to organize sailing regattas and professional regattas in the most prestigious Clubs in Spain.

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Murder on The Trans-Siberian Express

An Interactive Murder Mystery where you can freely talk to actors and have the story unfold through your interactions with them.

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Murder Mystery

Murder Mystery is an intelligent game that takes place in Boston during the 1920s. Each participant will represent a character.

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Mountain Bike

An outdoor Team Building Event that runs through outstanding natural landscapes…

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Spanish MasterChef & Gourmet

Any delicacy has a place in this event, from regional culinary traditions to modern cuisine.

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Team building &

Learning By Doing

Well designed and well managed, a Team Building program is an excellent tool to energize work teams. Our team training programs are based on Experiential Learning (Learning by Doing) and create scenarios that place participants and teams in an unusual environment outside their comfort zone. The success of a team depends not so much on the talent, qualifications or intelligence of its members, but more on how the behaviour of each of its members is accommodated and complemented. If we try to list the ideal qualities of a manager we will realize that far too many of them are mutually exclusive: decisive and reflective, strong and assertive but sensitive to people’s feelings, a fluent communicator and a good listener and so on.

However, while probably no individual can combine all those often mutually incompatible characteristics, a team of individuals certainly can, and often does. This is why it is not the individual but the team that is the instrument of sustained and enduring success in management whether this is within an educational, sports or work context. A team can renew and regenerate itself, build up a store of shared and collectively owned experience, information and judgement. This store can be passed on as seniors depart and juniors arrive. And it can be in ten places at once.

Based on the work of R. Meredith Belbin – Management Teams, Why they succeed or fail – Copyright © Belbin Associates, UK.

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