Escape Room Challenge: This is a fun activity where team members have to work together to solve clues and escape a themed room before time runs out.
Scavenger Hunt: Create a scavenger hunt that will get your team exploring the city, working together, and using their problem-solving skills.
Trust Exercises: There are a lot of trust exercises that can help your team learn to rely on one another. Some examples include blindfolded obstacle courses, group balancing challenges, or building a tower with random objects.
Improv Workshop: Improv classes can be great for team building because they help to foster a sense of trust, communication, and collaboration.
Paintball or Laser Tag: These types of activities can help your team blow off steam and get competitive while also working together to achieve a common goal.
Volunteer Work: Spend a day volunteering for a local charity or organization. Not only will it be a great team building activity, but it will also give your team a chance to give back to the community.
Team Lunch or Dinner: Taking your team out to lunch or dinner can be a great way to build rapport and get to know each other better.
Office Olympics: Create a series of fun and silly games that can be played around the office, such as a paper airplane contest or a ping pong tournament.
Game Night: Host a game night at the office and encourage team members to bring in their favorite board games, card games, or video games.
Group Workout: Book a group fitness class or bring in a personal trainer to lead your team in a workout. This can be a great way to get everyone moving and working together towards a common goal.
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