Corporate Team Building Event Ideas

8 August 2019

As long as teamwork remains essential to corporate success, team-building activities are here to stay.

Corporate team-building events are a tricky business because they have to strike the right balance between professional development and recreational ice-breaking.

For a team to function optimally, it is not just about matching each employee to their ideal role, but also about fostering a sense of community and trust among everyone who works together. Colleagues need to feel comfortable enough to communicate openly before they can even begin to troubleshoot as a team.

The types of games played at corporate events fall into two main categories:

  • Group challenges that are designed specifically for company events
  • Classic favourites that people typically play in their leisure time

With group challenges, you may have to spend time designing the rules and the basic structure. Although there may seem to be less planning involved when you rely on good old fashioned sports games, you will need to create a framework that draws parallels between the game and the team dynamics of the workplace.

Of course, if you are using a group challenge at your corporate team-building event, you don’t have to reinvent the wheel. There are many great ideas already out there to get you started.

The best types of group challenges will require different team members to fill a variety of roles. Each individual brings a unique set of skills and thinking styles, and the most effective activities will take advantage of this diversity.

Discover more team buidling tips and ideas here.

Source : Event Manager Blog


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