The Advantage program is a tailored set of activities and exercises designed for corporate groups, sporting teams or leadership groups seeking meaningful and customised team-building or extension outcomes.

Every activity delivered in The Advantage program is customised to meet the identified needs of the attending company. We understand that while team-building days and programs are designed to be fun for all involved, they also need to demonstrate a return on investment for the company and need to ‘tick the boxes’ when it comes to corporate responsibility.

Our staff will liaise with your coordinator both prior to and during your visit, ensuring the best possible outcomes. The activities may be selected from both The Challenge program and/or The Adventure program. In some cases we may even create a hybrid activity or create a new activity in order to meet the group’s goals. Some of the most profound activities used in The Advantage include the Hoop, The Swinging Log and Escape From Colditz, as well as any of the core activities from The Challenge program.

Additionally, a number of activities from The Adventure program such as Tank, Malay 2, Templeton’s Crossing and Bringing up the Guns can be used to achieve excellent results.

The Advantage program also uses the latest leadership tools, models and concepts in a very practical way. These may include the Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Crucial Conversations, The Anatomy of Trust, The Coaching Habit and many more.

 


Fantastic facilities. What a fantastic day. Superb leadership and facilitation of activities. Great encouragement and empowerment of each one of us. Valuable lessons learned to take back
— Staines Memorial College - staff day

Good facilities. Great impact activity opening minds to new thinking. Facilitators were very good at getting the feel for the group dynamic. Knowledgeable facilitators were a great motivation. Good feedback at all times both positive and negative and motivating. Kokoda challenge was a highlight, also climbing wall and tunnel. Keep up good work.
— Brett - Army Aviation