A team building exercise based on the icebreaker "". Groups are challenged to juggle as fast as possible. Invite group to "tender" a time they can deliver.
Five main categories of team building exercises exist. They consist of activities that build communication, promote problem solving and decision making, encourage adaptability and the ability to plan, work to build trust, and develop a cooperative spirit. The team building exercises that promote these various skills are meant to be enjoyable and instructional.
What is team building? Why is it important? What are the consequences of poor team building exercises? These are all very important questions that will help your team work effectively with one another in order to accomplish numerous goals and, most importantly, to have fun while doing it.
Team building exercises can be the worst. But James Gunn has found a way to make it just a little bit entertaining by turning those team building exercises into a bloody, twisted game of survival in The Belko Experiment.
The purpose of this exercise is to practice clear communication and develop keys to trust during challenging and confusing times.
This event will remind people in each position what the other role feels like and lend insights to improving relations between the two.
A glimpse into Get It Together
After pairing up, one blindfolded person goes into a large circle to retrieve certain items, with only their partners instructions as guidance. The catch here is the partner must stay on the outside of the circle. Still seems fairly simple until all the pairs are in the middle at the same time.
This activity is a step beyond our Trust Walk team building exercise and helps participants experience the need for trust, the need for planning and the difficulties of communicating while being both coach and coachee.
Most importantly, this is fun!
Ideal For: Coaching, trust, communication.