Re-energise your team in the open air by challenging them to herd sheep. Why? Because it’s heaps of fun! This unique activity brings out the laughter in people – along with their soft skills and leadership abilities.
Facilitated by trained coaches (and professional shepherds), Raising the Baa helps you look after your team’s wellbeing and invest in their development.
Here’s how we do it
Across the country
Revitalise your people and discover your strengths through teamwork, strategy and play. Learning from mistakes is important but learning from sheep is faster – and more fun!
It’s not horseplay, it’s sheep play – and it’s like nothing else you’ve experienced. Come along, kick back and have some fun with friends or colleagues.
We’re naturally grateful to each and every one of our clients for investing in their team building activity with Raising the Baa. A special shout out to those whose voices and footage who appear on our latest showreel – Apetito, IKEA, the FOOD warehouse, Bristol Airport, Waitrose and NFU Mutual.
Our coaches (and our shepherd) are full of insights into the corporate and business world, as well as life on the farm.
There are many more parallels than you might think!
Written mainly by our Head Shepherd Chris and on occasions by Top Dog Caroline, our articles always draw parallels between farming and business worlds.
Tune in to SheepDip for conversations between our head facilitator and shepherd, guest interviews, and our monthly visit to the farm. Available on all major podcast platforms.
Naturally we have our very own EweTube channel!
Hear many of our lovely clients’ reflections on their own experience of Raising the Baa as well as musings from Head Shepherd Chris live from the farm.
Your team is worth the investment. Challenge them to a spot of sheep-herding and see how it draws them together.
Smile and enjoy the experience. Discover things and skills you never knew you had!
Grab a copy of our 10-point checklist and make sure the one you choose ticks all your boxes.
It’s FREE and will be with you in two shakes of a lamb’s tail 🐑