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Why you should go for a walk with your colleagues

Do you ever go for a walk with your colleagues during a meeting or a coffee break? If not, then it’s a good idea to consider doing this from now on. Why? Well, let me tell you why!

  1. Good for your health

First of all, a walk is, of course, good for your own health and that of your colleagues. Your resistance is increased and as a result, there are fewer sick calls in the long term. Your company or organisation will be very happy with this.

2. More energy

When you move, the blood circulation in your body will increase. This provides more energy and will benefit you both at work and at home. Are you in a slump at work? Then drag your colleagues outside for a refreshing walk.

3. Inspiration

Drinking coffee in the space where you work will provide little inspiration. A walk in the open air can lead to new insights. Perhaps you come up with a brilliant solution to a problem that you would’ve never come up with otherwise.

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4. Teamwork makes the dream work

During a walk, you get the opportunity to move. This is why it can work well to meet with someone whilst on a walk. Normally, you stay in a chair until the meeting ends. In this case, you can move freely and may be more alert to what’s being said.

5. Personal relationships

During a work-related walk, you mainly talk about work, but there’s also more room to talk about other, more personal things. This will strengthen the bond between you and your colleagues.

Love, Skye Lewis ❤

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