Teams from a top consultancy firm took part in a weekend of tribal revelry which promoted collaborative working in Castleton.
Personnel Today 1999 award winners Bacon and Woodrow staged the event as part of its change strategy promoting better working relationships.
Each team or “tribe” competed for basic resources and progressed to form interdependent communities that trade, work and socialise together.
The event was organised through Interaction Development and Learning Consultancy of Bristol and 180 people took part.
They were taken from the company’s offices across the UK, Germany and Holland, and a few clients also attended. They learnt skills as diverse as orienteering, totem pole building and juggling.
Bacon and Woodrow personnel director Paula Cook said, “The weekend gave everyone an opportunity to do something different –