How to get your boss to book a team building day

How To Get Your Boss To Book A Team Building Day

Hello, if you are looking to encourage your workplace to book a fun team building day here is a template letter you can copy and paste into an email!

Good Luck!

Dear [Boss's Name],

I hope this message finds you well! I wanted to take a moment to suggest an exciting and unique team-building opportunity for our team. How about booking a Wild Harvest School activity day? I believe it would be an incredible way to bond, learn, and have fun, while also promoting sustainability.

Wild Harvest offers a variety of nature-inspired activities that are perfect for team building. They are fully insured, reliable (with a 100% turn-up rate), and have been in business for 18 years. They've even been featured on BBC and Channel 4 for their sustainable activities! We can either visit their tipi site in York or have them come to our venue.

There are several payment methods available, including invoice, card, and PayPal. Plus, they offer a 20% discount if we book three or more activities. They also have an easy enquiry form, so booking is a breeze. Additionally, they will co-promote our organization, which is a fantastic bonus.

The activities are not only fun and informative but also affordable, starting at just £40 per head for two! They are committed to being sustainable, so we can enjoy our day without worrying about our environmental impact. The team at Wild Harvest is Archery GB trained and members of the Association of Foragers, and they have nearly 300 fabulous reviews.

I genuinely think this would be a wonderful experience for all of us and a great way to connect outside the usual work environment. Thank you for considering this suggestion.  Check out their team building activities page at

Best regards,

[Your Name]


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