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4 Indoor Team Building Activities



Don't wait for warmer weather (especially in the Midwest) to develop meaningful working conditions within your organization. As a new generation captures important leadership positions, greater emphasis is placed on collaboration at the workplace. Working as individuals can only get the company so far. By working in teams, individuals can put their brains together to solve complex problems, exchange original ideas and improve their overall work. Do you adapt your indoor law building business to suit these different behaviors, values ​​and requirements?

Below are four indoor building activities you can start immediately to promote internal bonding within your organization.

  1. Scavenger Hunts. This is a classic team building that encourages employees to work together in small groups to not only solve problems but also have fun along the way.
    • Breaking employees into small groups. Large groups are less personal and would likely divert all employees working while hunting.
    • Create a list of tasks or items for group members to complete or find around the office building. Attempting to provide more tasks / objects than a team could manage in the specified time frame to ensure that the law is constantly moving and does not have to end its hunting early.
    • Set a time limit. Try to keep the hunt between 1
      5-30 minutes to be in accordance with schedules.
    • Specify clear rules for all teams to understand the specified directions and start the hunt.
    • Celebrate! After, give refreshments or snacks for participating teams.
  2. PowerPoint Karaoke . This is an untraditional law building that suits best for teams who appreciate humor and talk about their extroverted side.
    • Before meeting with the employees, search online for random PowerPoint projects that are around 10-15 images and save them at an available location.
    • Bring your employees in a conference room / meeting room with a projector.
    • Each participant must give a 3-5 minute presentation on a PowerPoint as they have never seen before, where they must interpret the graphs, images, data, information etc. to the group. There is no song involved!
    • Have employees volunteer to play the game.
  3. Blind drawing. This activity aims to improve the team's communication skills and will make all team members channel their "inner artist", even if artistic skills are not required.
    • The facilitator creates a list of objects that each group will choose from.
    • Give each team a flipchart / whiteboard or some form of drawing platform.
    • Divide the group into 4-6 employees each.
    • Each team will have an "artist". The selected artist will be separated from the group because the other members of the team select an object provided by the activity teacher.
    • The artist will stand on one side of the drawing platform while the team is standing on the other, where they cannot see what the artist is drawing.
    • For three minutes, the team can only give instructions on how to draw the item without expressly saying what the object is.
    • After three minutes, the artist from each team in the room will reveal his drawing. The team whose drawing is closest to the actual object is picked will win the round.
    • Repeat the activity with as many rounds as desired (recommended time is about 30 minutes).
  4. Three truths and a lie. This activity is often used as a light icebreaker and can help teams get to know each other better. Although lie is not typically encouraged, it is in this game!
    • This game is ideal for 10-15 employees. If there is more, it was free to split them.
    • Each member of the group has presented himself, and then they say three true statements about himself and a lie. The group must guess the lie.
    • "Truths" need not be personal, revealing statements. The truths can be as simple as sharing something unique with you, hobbies, key interests, etc.
    • The lions can be crossed or if a team member wanted to strategy, they could let their lie like a truth. This can throw away the other employees even more.
    • Walk around the circle until everyone has had their turn.

Indoor construction is a fun way to build friendships, increase productivity, and feel the identity of the company. Focus on creating common memories and finding a common ground – it is safe to make a big difference, and on society it is all about it.

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