The Importance of Team Building

The importance and main purpose of team building is to create a strong team through forming bonds and connections. The benefits of team building include increased communication, planning skills, employee motivation, and employee collaboration.

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Why Virtual Team-Building Can Be More Inclusive.

The ideal team building event is fun and inclusive; however, whilst a high ropes course might seem a wonderful idea, many people have fears of heights; potholing might seem like fun, but many people are claustrophobic; team watersports are great for some, but what about those of us who have a fear of water or who cannot swim? So how do you cater for all staff when it comes to team building when there is such a diverse desire among those who you are trying to accommodate? Not all events would be fun for all. Plus, of course, there’s the unpredictability of outside factors such as the weather and traffic congestion.

In virtual events the rain, thunderstorms, wind and the heat of the sun don't affect us, and the traffic has no impact. We can still spend time with our colleagues whilst having fun.


Sanguine Writing House Events

A Burns Night Tragedy:

Ayrshire, Scotland. 1926

Although the historical period, setting and Clans identity have been researched, everything else is purely a work of fiction, any resemblance to companies or persons living or dead is purely coincidental.

This is a traditional murder-mystery-style event with a quiz running through the scene breaks. Book Here

Donald Where's Your Trousers:

A quaint little country pub in the south east of England. This little village of only 600 people is a very close knit community with a multi-national British culture. There are a good few Scots, Irish and Welsh amongst the predominately English population. The village is famous for its unique crafts and independent businesses. A great place to visit.

This is a fun-filled farce-mystery with some singing lines for added fun! Book Here

The T.U.S.K.Series:

T.U.S.K. is an organisation consisting of numerous characters with different skill-sets. Each of these characters is anonymous by name, and recognised only by their profession. They have all successfully eliminated at least one unsavoury lowlife criminal without being caught. This is a prerequisite of membership of T.U.S.K.

In all T.U.S.K. episodes, the victim will perform a key role as they reflect on various memories leading up to their death.

In the first episode, set in London just north of the river Thames in a area populated by large financial organisations. The victim has been syphoning money from vulnerable organisations and individuals for his own gain for many years.

The victim, Saul Garadeb, in his reflections, will provide clues about how he was killed ... or are they red herrings?

In the second episode, set in London just north of the river Thames in a area populated by large financial organisations. The victim has been indiscriminately carrying out contract killings for many years, not caring about colateral damage.

The victim, Bull Etynyu, in his reflections, will provide clues about how he was killed ... or are they red herrings?

In the third episode, the usual post-extermination meeting takes on a different look. One of the T.U.S.K. members have broken not 1, but 2 rules. They have gone ahead and carried out an independent hit, and they have left evidence resulting in their arrest.

The victim, Weebie Hye, in his reflections, will provide clues about how he was killed ... or are they red herrings? Book Here Episode 1 Book Here Episode 2 Book Here Episode 3

T.U.S.K. Escape Rooms:

T.U.S.K. "with a twist"; we give you the scenario and a few clues, then split you into teams to decide the makeup of the "hit squad", and how they did it. The team solution deemed by the game compère to be most credible, or most imaginative, will have the accolade of being declared the winner!

The Book Awards:

The story is set in 2017, in a rural manor house somewhere in the middle of England. Everyone has gathered for an Awards Ceremony to honour the "best new mystery writer".

The manor house has a large dining area, a bar and a sitting area. There are stairs up to the bedrooms, and down to the cellars.

This is a traditional murder-mystery-style event. Can you solve the mystery? Was it you? Book Here


If you require any further information about any of our events, or to enquire about booking team-building events for your company, please contact us on enquiries@tswh.co.uk