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Team Building Activities can be a fantastic way of addressing tough business challenges and boosting team effectiveness and employee engagement.

Team Building Activities are a great tool to bring a new team together. The team building activities are an ideal platform to test teams working skills as part of an assessment as well as an environment to educate management on the best practise for team management practices.

Other benefits that can be derived from a team building session is to improve communication between teams which can be taken back to the workplace and improve communications with customers.

An experimental learning event can prepare a team for a challenging workplace project. It can further boost emotional intelligence and employee engagement, while also address issues relating to poor quality, efficiency and productivity.

Another potential benefit of a team building event can be to re-energise teams during or after a tough period and to remove ‘Silo’ working and develop cross department collaboration. It is a great way to reward teams for a great effort.

Team building events are best when they include a large dose of fun.  There are few more powerful enablers of teamwork than laughter. But the laughter needs to be partnered with a sharp focus on encouraging and enabling team members – individually and collectively to raise their standards. And that is achieved by creating and nurturing a safe learning environment where real business problems can be discussed and solved, where personal weaknesses can be strengthened rather than simply accepted or exploited and where group emotional intelligence can be boosted.

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The Benefits of Team Building Activities

The Benefits of Team Building Activities

It is a well-known fact that we all remember and learn by doing – far more so than by reading or listening. The hands-on approach of our team challenges is designed to make people work together and EXPERIENCE the power of teambuilding in problem solving. Team-building ranges from pure fun to specific in-depth training programs. A company will benefit from using a good quality team-building day in several ways. It is people getting to know each other, it is people spending quality time with each other, people getting a chance to learn about each other. It is people using all their resources wisely… read more about the benefits of team building activities

Team Building Themes

Team Building Themes

Team building companies usually group their team building activities into various themes. These themes can either relate to the desired outcome of the activities, describe the type of activities or relate to popular television or game shows… read more about team building themes

The Following Activities Are Ideal for Team Building

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Players must come together and apply team work in order to move a marble through the provided tubing from start to finish. The marbles are not allowed to be exposed or to touch the floor. The course can have no obstacles or can include obstacles participants must navigate through.
 

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Divide larger groups into teams of 8 -12 members. Provide each team with 2 rolls of Sellotape and 2 full pieces of flip-chart paper. Each team must now come up with ideas for creating something that will keep marbles rolling as far as they can go. These marble movers will then be tested out and the team that can make their marbles travel the furthest, wins the game.
 

Teams must work alongside each other to produce and then perform a radio play. In other words, the performance requires no acting. Once teams have finished preparing, they will then have to perform their play.Resources: Paper, pens and a box of props to create a variety of soundsSpace Required: Very Low. Indoors or Outdoors.Group Size: From 6 to 48. Working groups of 6 to 12.
 

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The group activity involves building a vehicle using limited resources within a set amount of time. Watch the excitement as the time and resources run out.
 

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A simple problem-solving exercise for small and large groups to estimate the amount of time they will take to cover a certain distance.
 

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During the game, members are required to safely move across a Cross the River. Everybody who is on the team, is not allowed to touch the water or river and must utilize platforms in order to cross the river safely.
 

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The purpose of this exercise is for the whole group to pass over the fence without making contact with the fence wire. There are two variants to this exercise such as: There is the fundamental and also the more difficult variant. Both of these two variants are excellent for perfecting working together and relying on each other.
 

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Your group lost their way in a bamboo plantation and they only have one opportunity to make it out. They desperately need to make contact with the tribe from the nearby settlement before the sun goes down. In order to get this right, the group must erect 2 separate structures that support themselves, and each structure must be 6 M high.
 

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This is a fun and highly interactive group activity involving many variationsEverybody at one point in their lives, has played with a deck of playing cards. There are so many games and tricks you can do with a simple deck of cards. Blackjack is a well-known and popular card game, for this activity we are going to be playing a challenging group version of the card game.
 

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Think out the box for this activity, great for small to medium size groups. Step by Step Instructions for Discover the KeyHave everyone gather together in a circleThe aim of the game is to discover the key, which then unlocks a secret that solves a puzzle.
 

What is their posture B F Skinner

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What is their posture B F SkinnerA very fun group game that is innovative and involves all the members of a group.
 

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Your group is on the Titanic as she starts to sink. You only have a short amount of time to grab a few items. Your team must decide which of the items are the most important and top priority. Working together as a team you must use your decision-making skills to choose your top items.
 
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