Where some members of the team benefit more from visual aids, others find that they take in more by listening. Boasting a team made up of different learning styles can only be to the strength of the business, but only if the team can blend each of those skills together. Each of our vast array of events is presented by instructors that communicate clearly and efficiently the objectives of each task.
It is important for teams to be able to communicate with each other, and that doesn’t just mean talking to one another, they also need to be able to listen to each other effectively, too. Many of the activities on offer from Team Challenge Company demand that participants listen carefully, as well as possessing high attention to detail, such as those that fall under the Music and Rhythm category.
We suspect this is where auditory learners may excel as they listen to the music and rhythm of the music, whilst also ensuring that the entire team is in time with one another. This may also appeal to kinaesthetic learners (more on this later), but for an auditory learner, this will play to their strengths of being able to actively listen to the instructions of the instructors and the music.