As much as everyone in a workplace wants to get on well with their colleagues, many people would rather eat cardboard, peel potatoes or lick envelopes than perform traditional bonding exercises.
It will probably come as no surprise to learn that a 2012 study by Wakefield Research found that 31 per cent of officers workers dislike team building activities.
When did we all forget that team building can be fun?
Team building at Xtreme Entertainment
Say NO to the same old tired tasks. Say YES to a team-building exercise so fun it feels more like a reward for the workers than an outing that will actually benefit the company.
You can't manage an exceptional team until you've built one, and more than a few studies prove that making the effort to do so can really pay off when it comes to knuckling down on the job.
And one of the best ways to do this? Sporting activities - you know, like bowling.
Hitting the lanes together at Xtreme Entertainment can teach a team a lot more than their colleagues' shoe sizes. They'll have to communicate and work together, as well as naturally take on individual roles within the group, set goals and help each other.
What's another way to boost the teamness of your team? Shared meals - and we've got that covered, too.