See Also: 10 Team-Building Games To Promote Critical Thinking Aimee Hosler is a writer and mother of two living in Virginia. in Journalism from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo and is a contributor to several websites including Online Schools.com; 10 Team-Building Games For Kids, Teenagers, or Adults Reading your posts brings back memories of the experience I had at my department’s team building activity that was held at Club Auto Sport in San Jose, CA.
She specializes in a number of topics, but is particularly passionate about education and workplace news and trends. The venue just set the mode for a day of fun & relaxation.
Within this post there are also some extra little games and presentation slides to enhance your session.
This activity is moire geared towards adults due to the level of difficulty.
You begin a story that incorporates whatever happens to be on your assigned photo. Arrange some sort of obstacle course and divide students into teams.
The next student continues the story, incorporating their photo, and so on. Students take turns navigating the “mine field” while blindfolded, with only their teammates to guide them.
We had lots of exciting activities like tricycle racing, exotic driving experience and much more… You should check them out at clubautosport.net/event-center/team-building/ (408.770.1200), I highly recommend them to anyone desiring the best when it comes to team building programs.
Posted in Team Building Blog Problem solving activities are a great way to install some fun into your meetings and training days and this week we have 3 fun problem solving games that are really easy to set up and run yourself.
The Worst-Case Scenario Fabricate a scenario in which students would need to work together and solve problems to succeed, like being stranded on a deserted island or getting lost at sea.
Ask them to work together to concoct a solution that ensures everyone arrives safely.