TEAM RESILIENCE WALK

Take your team for a tiny adventure

Is your team working remotely and looking to improve how they bond and communicate?  Is your team interested in working in ways that are good for their wellbeing? Invite your team for a coaching walk that will help them build their resilience, feel uplifted and connect with each other.  

How will your team benefit?

You and your team will:

  • Get some exercise, a natural high and all the stress relieving wonders of wandering
  • Feel clearer and more optimistic as Anise guides your team through resilience themes and simple resilience activities.
  • Have some open, positive conversations reflecting on your team work experience.
  • Leave feeling energised with some practical ideas you can implement to raise your team resilience.
 

Walk together online or in person in central London

 

How does it work?

Anise will coach and guide your team as they walk.

An online walk invites 3-8 participants for a one hour walk, in a park, quiet streets/spaces or even indoors wherever they are.

Anise will create a route for an in person team for a 1.5 hour walk for up to 30 team members.

Each event includes a pre-walk coaching conversation, to make sure the walk is tailored to your team requirements, plus a debrief to share key insights from the team walk.

Join Anise for a wandering coffee or a Zoom/phone chat to talk through how a Resilience Walk could work for your team.

“Our Coaching Walk gave our team a valuable shared experience in a period when we have been isolated. Anise ensured that everyone had an opportunity to speak and the random pairing of colleagues in break out rooms meant that we spoke to people we may not directly work with day-to-day. It gave us the platform to develop themes and ideas on future walks and also a chance to discuss topics not usually covered in Team Meetings. I think Anise’s guided walk would benefit any team, particularly a new or growing team and any emerging from lockdown. Anise’s calm and happy demeanour is immediately reassuring and it is a pleasure to walk with her.”

Independent Research Forum