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Throw Your Way to Team Improvment with This Fun Bonding Activity

Teams can often forget their abilities to improve; even when they think they’re on top of their game. This quick bonding activity will put your team on the track to success! Throw Time: 15-20 minutes Purpose: • For the group to be looking to itself (rather than the boss) for ways to improve. • To

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Guess and Switch, an Easy Activity for High Performance Teams

The ability to adapt in a changing environment is a crucial trait for high performance teams and employees. This activity below is a guessing game in which participants will switch teams frequently. Guess and Switch Time: 10-20 minutes Purpose: Participants get comfortable with constantly changing teams and allegiances; also they will see how ineffective yes/no

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It’s Knot Your Average Workday with This Office Team Building Game

Joint efforts (or the lack thereof) of a whole team can decide the success or failure of a project. Office team building games help foster better and open communication between employees themselves, and also between employees and the higher management. Team building in the office goes a long way in improving professional relations, understanding, and co-operation,

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Energize Your Team and Boost Company Morale

If your team is feeling drained and stressed, this fun exercise is a great way to refresh and energize them. To boost company morale and unleash the creative power within your team, you must identify a new project that requires each member of the team to contribute and be creative. Then use a collaborative leadership

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Strengthen Synergy while Promoting Healthy Competition

Fun team building games are an excellent way to break your regular workflow and build some motivation in the workplace! Team building games are a great way to get your team to:  connect work together more efficiently Time: 8-12 minutes Purpose: Healthy Competition and synergy. Participants: small groups Materials: Golf balls, straws, tape Instructions:  Each team is

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Practice Innovative Problem Solving & Collaboration

In this communication game, each pair will be prompted to trust each other to listen carefully; this is key to succeeding in this fun team icebreaker! These are characteristics of an excellent team and  is an exciting, creative way to bring them in! Open communication provides everyone equal participation in the achievements of the business. Constructing an atmosphere

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Quick Corporate Holiday Party Ideas

Tis the season to start brainstorming corporate holiday party ideas! The office holiday party is more often mocked than appreciated, feared more than longed-for. But holiday parties are traditional ritual during the holiday season. These gatherings can be fun and festive if everyone is conscious in behaving well, — otherwise the results of too many people

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Fun Dynamic Communication Skills Activities

Communication skills activities communication is key in any office and an integral part of office dynamics. Not only does it create more efficiency and less frustration, but it is also helpful to your employees in forming stronger relationships. Communication is: Essential for any office or team environment. Communication has been essential since the dawn of time.

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Avoid the Blame Game and Build Effective Teams

Their Fault! We are often quick to point the finger when there are group problems. You can’t build effective teams while Being surrounded by people who blame others for their failures, whether at work or at home, can leave you prone to do the same. Interestingly, odds are the reason those people pass the buck