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Create opportunities for people to have fun together for a more enjoyable work-life and effective teams.
We all love to have fun. Friendships are formed through spending time with others, having a joke and hanging out. Teams who have fun together work better together. Research shows that when people have friendships with their co-workers they report to findng their job more satisfying, enjoyable and worthwhile. Flexible work arrangements means that teams don't come together face-to-face as often as they may have done in the past. Digital technologies make it easier to communicate but face-to-face interactions and shared experience are well known to be most effective in creating real connections. Mutual trust and friendship among people within a team promotes group loyalty that results in a shared commitment and discipline toward team projects.
Through carrying out tasks that are out of their norm while having fun, they relax and perform in their natural work style. This has a two-fold result. People learn to get to know themselves better and they come to see others on the team in a way, developing an appreciation for their unique talents. This mutual respect, sense of identity, and admiration brings lasting camaraderie and motivation to work diligently for a shared goals. Team building activities that allow people to connect in a relaxed informal atmosphere are often used by team leaders to encourage team spirit, fun, and create a common sense of purpose. Just like a sporting team who play, loose and win together team building activities can motivate teams to work well together, celebrating both the highs and the lows together. Take a look at these team building activities that are great fun, creative memorable shared experience and team bonding.
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The Phoenix Project
Dynamic technology activity where ‘virtual’ and ‘live’ teams work together to track down a Phoenix and watch it rise from the ashes.
Teams fly a drone through a slalom of man-made obstacles perfecting their choreographed moves together to become the winning team!
Win it in a Minute - Remote
Ignite laughter, team spirit and joy with our fast, fun and action-packed 60 second challenges.
Chain Reaction - Remote
Remote teams learn the importance of creative thinking and collaboration as they construct a series of connected machines to form a virtual chain reaction.
In the Picture - Remote
Selfies converge into a powerful video pictorial in this fun exploration of individual uniqueness and shared identity
Escape the Mob - Online
Teams race to complete a variety of escape room style challenges in this captivating tablet-based online escape game.
Blockbusters - Remote
Something BIG is happening at your company. It’s time to create some hype and tell the world!
Go Team Wellbeing
Fun engaging team activity designed to assist in improving teams ability to adapt to frequent change and to create a culture of continuous learning.
Fully customisable, tasks can be designed specifically to match outcomes from a quick energiser to a learning & development program.
Race Around the World
Race Around the World is a unique and interactive virtual team building activity that challenges your team to travel around the globe!
Use creativity, ingenuity & teamwork to complete mental, physical and creative challenges.
Go Team - Go Hunt
Tablet based treasure hunt with GPS triggered challenges, photo and video challenges.
Fortnite a popular theme for Go Team activity
British American Tobacco business development team participated in Fortnite themed Go Team team building activity in Nvo León, Monterrey, Mexico
Teams from AXA Asia are fully engaged with Go Team
Arnaud Mounier from French multinational insurance firm AXA talks about their experience with Go Team in Hong Kong.
How Playing Games Can Improve Teamwork
Played right, games are not only a short break from real work, they are a tool to create a better reality. The discoveries made and skills earned will be “saved” in your brain for a use in other situations.