Team Building 101

By: PR Buzz

“Team building activities”.

Does this phrase make your team members roll their eyes and slip off to the nearest exit?

From trust falls to naming your “unique” trait, employees have experienced all types of mundane team building activities. 

However, there are some team building activities that your team will actually enjoy. Gain a competitive advantage and help set a positive and trustworthy work environment by sprucing up your team building exercises with these tips and tricks:

First and foremost, engage your employees with different types of activities. Normally teambuilding is seen as a chore, so why have it be uneventful? Different exercises that are tactical will ensure for a fun and memorable time. 

 Go old school and whip out a board game!

Whether you’re a kid or an adult, board games are great at engaging communication and adding reminiscent emotions. Having a variety of games to play can increase employee bonding and interaction. 

 If you think board games are out of style, then why not try go karting, or even kickball? Participating in an action based activity will give your staff a chance to see your non-work side. This will establish a better sense of trust, and your staff will know they can communicate outside of the office. 

 Simply keep it sweet, and treat your staff to designated day of treats and tips. Whether its ice cream or bagels, food is a great way to bring everyone together. 

Lastly, don’t forget to include your newest employees! Starting at a new company can be intimidating, especially if everyone is well acquainted. It may seem childish but the buddy system never fails. When pairing a newbie with a veteran, personal guidance will help break the ice and establish new friendships amongst your staff. 

If you’re looking for more team building tricks, check out this article at SnackNation. They provide over 39 fun and outgoing activities that will change the perception of team building. 

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