Outdoor sports activity is an ideal environment for developing leadership, critical problem solving, communication and many other important high-level skills. Sports provide opportunities to learn self-control skills, particularly in handling frustration when one loses. Outdoor and active play can be great tools for improving executive functions. A friendly competition out in the fresh air is a great way to encourage positive emotions while reducing stress levels. And consider what people need to think about when they play an organized sport. They need to be able to follow directions, plan and strategize as part of a team, consider the feelings of their teammates and competitors, and recognize their own strengths and weaknesses.
This and more is built into the various outdoor activities that the participants of our executive MICE programs experience. From adventure activity to team building games, cyclethons, football, cricket and other physical activities, these games teach a lot about endurance and patience.