CORPORATE OUTING

Every Outing Is A New Adventure

Given how the corporate world is fast-moving and highly dynamic, businesses should remain equally agile and quick to adapt to these changes if they wish to stay relevant. And technology and infrastructure aside, people will always form the primary building blocks of any organization. With this in mind, companies should focus on grooming their employees and encouraging each of them to function as an upstanding and highly contributive member of their respective team. Starting at this micro, individual level, they should then build on creating a macro ecosystem that functions like a well-oiled machine where even disparate teams (and team members) can work with each other.

But how is this possible?

We have three words for you: Corporate Team Building. Sure, your employees are working for your company. But the dynamics present between them goes beyond the four walls of your organization. So naturally, you should make an effort to push them outside this comfort zone and challenge them in new settings. And this is where corporate team building outings enter the picture. The concept of corporate team building outings is slowly catching pace, and rightly so. It unifies the team and is a great opportunity for the employees to know each other outside of work. Still on the fence on whether it is worth the time and investment? Read on to know how it helps.

Can corporate team building through outings benefit your business?

To cut a long tale short – Yes, it can add immense value to your business in several ways. Here are a few solid reasons why you should give corporate team outings a serious consideration:

It helps with onboarding

When you have new members joining your workforce, it can be intimidating for them to become an integral part of their team. Corporate outings can be perfect ice breakers allowing new and old employees to mingle with each other.
Honestly, you don’t even need new recruits to consider corporate team outings. It’s highly possible that your organizational structure may have caused silo formation where different team members may not have even met each other. And given that one team may have to work with the other at some point (we’re looking at you, sales and marketing) the outing can be a great equalizer for everyone to unwind and get to know each other.

It helps skill and talent discovery

The amount of skill and talent available within your existing teams will surprise you! Suppose you have hired an employee as a market researcher, but during one of the corporate team building activities, you notice that they have the knack to be an excellent salesperson. They have the gift of the gab and have convincing powers that allow them to sell ice to an Eskimo. Clearly, they would be a better fit in sales! Essentially, this corporate outing and the subsequent team-building activities have offered you an insight into the team members and their skills to perceive them in a completely new light. At the same time, it works as an excuse for employees to display their skills beyond what they do. As a talent discovery medium, corporate outings and team-building activities can effectively cut down the efforts that you would have to put into recruiting against a profile by employing smarter hiring decisions. Such a strategy allows you to extract more value from the employee lifecycle.

It hones talent and nurtures creativity

Since we’re already on the topic of talent discovery, corporate outings can be a channel for nurturing the existing skills. Rather than spending time at conference rooms or brainstorming while chugging coffee, your team members are out in the wild pushing boundaries and helping each other to win games and contests! As a result, they emerge more innovative with their approach in the aftermath of such an experience as they devise creative solutions to age-old problems. This sharpening of skills can be a great leading point in their career and personal lives as well.

It creates an employee-centric environment

As talent and skill gap becomes concerning problems, it makes businesses wonder about the “it” factor that attracts talent towards an organization. We have the answer for you – it is the employee-centric work culture. Gone are the days when companies could treat their staff as expendables and get away with a hostile or toxic work environment. Human resource is now an invaluable asset that drives growth and helps businesses flourish. And so, organizations have to assume a persona where they put the needs of their employees first – even above profitability. And that’s not all, businesses have to put their money where their mouth is and walk the talk in every way possible. This could mean that you could offer incentives and remunerations or conduct regular training and outings to keep the job satisfaction levels high.

It promotes communication and coordination

Communication is the fine line that can make or break a team’s performance. A big chunk of projects fails because of miscommunication and misunderstandings. Fortunately, corporate outings lay the foundation for creative bonding, which allows team members to understand each other and their respective thought processes, which acts as a strong glue to tie them all together. Most activities during corporate outings promote team-building and require members to communicate effectively while working together to achieve success. Once everyone gains an astute understanding of what the others say, mean, and don’t say, you will notice that they will more or less be on the same page and truly work collaboratively.

It cultivates a sense of ownership and belonging

When working in large corporations, it is easy for employees to feel like a cog in the wheel. Such an emotion creates a sense of disengagement and detachment, which affects their overall performance and productivity. Routine corporate team outings give the team a sense of belonging as they take ownership of their actions. It also makes every team member realize their role in the larger scheme of things and how their action triggers a domino effect that can bring about an avalanche of change throughout the company. Acknowledging their role and contribution will make them feel more appreciated and valued, thereby encouraging them to bring forth their A-game.

It unifies teams

Whether you are celebrating a milestone or taking a break from the grind – corporate team outings are a celebration of “unity in diversity.” Every member of the team brings something unique to the table, be it in the form of skill or expertise. Such outings can help teams analyze their strengths and weaknesses and how they can build on their capabilities. At the same time, they will also learn about everyone’s likes and dislikes as individuals (personal or in the work environment) and how they can be respectful of the same. As a result, your employees will not only experience a morale boost but will function better as a team.

Looking for a corporate team building outing near Delhi NCR?

Whether you are looking to lounge and have a relaxing weekend or plan on having a fun-filled time loaded with team-building activities, you need a host that can cater to these needs.
Luckily for you, Rangmanch Farms is one of the best corporate outing locations near Delhi NCR.
Here’s what we have to offer:

  • A quick 30-minute drive from Gurgaon, making the location accessible to all.
  • 14+ acres of land with unique flora and fauna for those interested in nature and wildlife.
  • More than 80 adventure sports, activities, and rides to test your team’s skills.
  • 40+ meal options to satisfy the foodies in your group.
  • Cottages for an overnight stay for a longer corporate retreat.

In short, we have everything that a company would need while planning its corporate outing. From a bouquet of challenging activities to build a team spirit to offering members to bond over common interests like food or nature – Rangmanch Farms is the place to go.
So, what are you waiting for?

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