Your staff are working too hard. They need something to take their minds off the daily grind. As their manager, what is there that you could possibly do for them? Do you take them out for a team lunch? How about a classic game of paintball? How could you cater for most of the group? That is where we could help.In our experience, we have come across many groups of people – all with varying degrees of age, weight, likes and dislikes. Not everyone enjoys the hardness of paintball, or the social aspect of a team lunch. There are a plethora of corporate activities available to companies today – it all depends on your teams’ need, how much time you want them away from the office, and (of course) budget.
The corporate activity you choose may depend on what outcome you want to achieve for your team. Think about the following; do you want the team to work better together? Do you want to teach them a new skill – like leadership, or communication? Or do you simply want them to have a good time?So, you’ve thought of a few of these things, and might still be undecided on which activity you would like to pick. Here are a few suggestions that might help you along.
Barefoot bowls – Lawn bowls is great. Bowling while barefoot is even better! A round robin style format allows for a fun and competitive game, but with much socialising to go with it.
Go Race – Following an ‘Amazing Race’ style format, teams will be directed to key spots around town using GPS technology where they will partake in facilitated challenges. It’s fast, it’s fun, It’s time to get in first!
The Ultimate Trivia Challenge – Test your team’s general knowledge in this trivia quiz program. It is designed to test your team’s general knowledge, skill, and overall teamwork.
The Amazing Cake Off – Your team’s creativity will be tested to the limit in this tasty team building event. By creatively working together, teams will need to design and create the best cake possible.
These are but a few suggestions on which types of activities you could take your team on. Be sure to check out the rest of our options. We have a large range of activities that will suit your every need. We incorporate experiential learning in each of our activities to foster teamwork and fun at the same time.
http://www.ted.com Tom Wujec from Autodesk presents some surprisingly deep research into the “marshmallow problem” — a simple team-building exercise that involves dry spaghetti, one yard of tape and a marshmallow. Who can build the tallest tower with these ingredients? And why does a surprising group always beat the average?