Active teams drive Business Success with Nairn Robertson

Active Teams drive Business Success

We know that been active creates energy and if we are more energised when interacting with our clients and potential clients as well as our colleagues and investors then we increase our chances of success so active teams drive business success.

Nairn Robertson launched Active Teams to help companies encourage and support their employees to lead their best and healthiest lives

Nairn’s ideas to help active teams drive business success include:

  • An active hour once a week where everyone switches off the computers and takes part in activity that helps brainstorm ideas for the company
  • Companies paying for their teams to enter local organised events
  • Setting up a Strava site for company activities

For individuals Nairn suggests:

Integrating work with activity, such as cycling and walking rather than driving, using the stairs not the lift, standing up rather than sitting all the time

Here’s Nairn’s website:  Active Teams and connect with Nairn on LinkedIn you can also email Nairn via :

This is episode 247 of the Better Presentations More Sales podcast –  the previous 246 episodes are available on your usual podcast app or you can listen and download them on the Better Presentations More Sales podcast page

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