Posts Categorized: Events

History and Fun Facts about St Patrick’s Day

With St Patrick’s day next week, it is something to look forward to and something to celebrate. With so much doom and gloom in the press this is something positive and exciting to look forward to. St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated annually on March 17, this day is observed as a religious day by the… Read more »

5 Tips For Creating A Collaborative Working Environment.

What Is Working Collaboratively? Working in a collaborative environment simply means getting more work done faster. Two is better than one! Working collaboratively means a group of people constructively explore ideas that is more powerful than one’s own vision. There is a growing trend of remote working and Millennials go-getting with a flexible attitude to… Read more »

The Power Of Body Language Within The Working World.

Body language is very important in all aspects of life. It is, after all how we break down barriers and build a better connection with people. Body language is the unspoken communication that reveals your true thoughts and emotions. You can tell a lot about someone just through their body language. Body language includes your… Read more »

Ten Things You Don’t Know About The Six Nations.

The Six Nations Championship is an annual international Rugby tournament between England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales. These are currently the six highest-ranked teams in Europe however this competition is based on historical membership not ranking. The Championship starts in February and ends in March. The Six Nations is the oldest rugby tournament with… Read more »

5 Ways To Keep Yourself Entertained On Your Commute.

The commute to work can be tiring and boring, whether your commute is only 15 minutes or 2 hours we all feel the strain of this repetitiveness. The dream would be to walk less then 10 minutes to work but let’s face it a lot of us have at least an hour or so of… Read more »

Event of the month for January – Haka Team Building.

The Haka is a type of ancient Māori war dance traditionally used on the battlefield, as well as when groups came together in peace. Haka are a fierce display of a tribe’s pride, strength and unity. Actions include violent foot-stamping, tongue protrusions and rhythmic body slapping to accompany a loud chant. Would you like to learn how to do… Read more »

Get to know the Team Tactics Staff.

Courtney Delieu – Event Executive & Marketing Assistant  HOW LONG HAVE YOU WORKED FOR TEAM TACTICS? I started in August 2019 WHAT’S BEEN YOUR BIGGEST HIGHLIGHT? Our Three-day event up in Windsor. The days where filled with fun and then we hosted a huge party at the end. We turned the whole room in a… Read more »

Unusual foods from around the world At Christmas Time.

Christmas is the time for food and lots of it. We tend to eat the same types of food every year in the UK from Turkey, Gammon, Vegetables and the desserts like Christmas pudding. Have you ever wondered what everyone else eats? We live in a beautiful world with thousands of different types of foods… Read more »

Event of the month: The Olympic Challenge!

The Countdown to the 2020 Olympics begins, they will be held on the 24 July 2020 – 9 August 2020 in Tokyo. The Olympic challenge would be an ideal spring/summer energiser as everyone begins to talk about summer 2020 in the world of sport. The London Stadium awaits you! Join us at The Queen Elizabeth… Read more »

New Year’s Eve Ideas

New Year’s Eve is not far away and there is no time like the present, than to start thinking about where and what you are going to do. New Years can be stressful but with a little bit of planning and commination it could be the best night ever surrounded with people you love, great… Read more »