If you’re contemplating becoming a blended family or are already member of one you should be intentional about team/family building. Participating in team building activities will build family cohesion, trust and working. Taking family members out of familiar surroundings breaks down personal barriers, removes distractions and allows them to have fun. What’s been effective for many corporations can also work for families. Continue reading about several options for indoor team-building in London.
Build A Stronger Team And Have Some Fun While You’re At It
Team-building is the best way to bring a group of people together to work more effectively. There’s no reason why you can’t have a bit of fun too. Here are some of the best indoor team-building activities.
Get In The Zone
‘Get in the zone’ is a high energy activity that does exactly what it says, it will get your team in the zone to help them work together to overcome more than a hundred high quality tasks. With a number of different challenges it will require a variety of different skills, it will give team members the opportunity to draw on their own individual skills to help the team as a unit.
Tasks will challenge the team’s physical, creative and mental capabilities – meaning there will be something for everyone to get involved with and contribute to the team. The strong sense of working as a team while having fun is a great way to not only work well together, but also get to know the people around you better on a personal level.
Urban Art Logo
In the workplace there’s rarely chances for the whole team to get creative together. This is the perfect team-building activity to get your creative juices flowing. You can see some examples here.
Each team has to recreate part of your company’s logo, which was graphically designed by a graffiti artist. Each team is given a section of the logo to design. At the end, all the pieces will form the entire logo. Not only does this create a sense of team building for each group, but also at the end when they all work as one to put the entire logo together.
A Trading Floor
This team building activity is designed to give people the same adrenaline rush and sense of competition as on the floors of the world stock markets. Team members on the Trading Floor will experience all of the highs and the lows as they compete to make some profit before the time runs out. This competitiveness can be a great incentive to bring teams together to succeed as a group.
This is the ultimate business team building game based on the renowned television series where contestants will compete to be hired or gain a large investment from a successful business tycoon.
Teams will be given a variety of materials and have to make a product, which relates to the industry they are part of. You will need to work together to craft a high quality product, whilst you prepare to pitch it to some potential investors. Oh, and don’t expect them to play nice. Watch the apprentice teams in action here
The Generation Game
For those of you who are old enough to remember the generation game you won’t need an explanation. For those who don’t you will be provided with a short montage of clips at the start to show you what it’s all about. You can see it in action here.
There will be a variety of different activities, some require the whole team to work together and others will be individual tasks. The wide range of tasks could be anything from football skills to origami, so there’s bound to be something for everyone. Once you have completed all of the tasks there will be the grand finale of the conveyor belt! That would excite you a lot more if you have seen the series.
Team building can be one of the best things you can do for your employees, not only will it help them to work together better as a team, but it gets them away from the workplace and improves morale. Indoor activities are a great way to take your team to another location but still keeping them out of the cold weather during the autumn and winter months. A huge range of activities means that there will be something to suit everyone and no one is left out.
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Maybe you can’t afford an indoor team-building activity. Click here to get ideas on five fun and inexpensive family night ideas.