The ability to work in a team means that colleagues trust each other and pull together more strongly. The aim is to bring employees closer together. In the commercial world, of course, this concept has a business management background: it can be proven that a team with a high degree of cohesion achieves better results than a team full of lone fighters. Fortunately, there are many possibilities for employers to strengthen team cohesion through games and exercises. You can find more information here https://outdoor-kreativ.org/teambildende-massnahmen/. We will introduce you to some of these methods in the following article.
Organize a talent show in your company. The staff will be divided into different groups and will have to rehearse one act at a time, which will be presented at a fixed time. There are no limits to creativity. Belly dancing, a vocal number, magic, perhaps even a well-rehearsed comedy number about the boss? Creating shared laughter and memories is the best teambuilding method there is.
The other players must lift a raw egg onto a bottle, wearing gloves, and they may only use a given aid. This game strengthens teamwork and communication. But beware, it’s easy for a mess to happen, so it’s best to play outside! But the game is a lot of fun!
A confidence-building game in which a player stands in the middle of a close circle of his colleagues. He tenses his body and tilts to the right and left. The other players have to catch him and gently push him back into the middle. It is worth overcoming yourself, because the game strengthens mutual trust.
I pack my suitcase
All persons sit in a circle, the more the better. The first person starts and says: “I pack my suitcase and take with me: a pair of pyjamas”. Now it’s the second person’s turn. She has to repeat the same sentence, but she adds another item. And so it goes on and on. Every person has to repeat every item, from the first to the very last. Of course, it gets harder and harder as the list grows and grows.
Written by Ester K. is a content writer at ladolcestudio.co.uk and a sales and Public Relations (PR nerd), obsessed with research, sleeping in as much as possible, and listening to podcasts. When I am not at home with my fam I enjoy long walks through the beautiful city of Jerusalem.