Staff Development: Unique Team-Building Activities
It’s no secret that most employees will groan when they hear managers talk about “team-building”. Unfortunately, many team-building activities can be somewhat uninspired, even deserving of a groan or two. Your employees deserve better than that. Today in the Sports Facilities Management blog, we’ll provide some ideas for team-building activities that your staff will enjoy.
Two Truths and a Lie
This game is a great way to break the ice before taking part in other team building activities. In this game, your team will be able to learn more about each other and have fun while doing it. The concept of the game is straightforward. You come up with two truths about yourself along with one lie. The others have to guess which is the lie. Your teammates knowing more about each other is crucial to staff development, and this is an easy way to do it.
Nothing brings people together like a scavenger hunt. The excitement of competition is always good for team-building and staff development. If there are already established relationships or departments in your office, try breaking them up into separate teams. This way everyone gets a chance to work with someone they normally wouldn’t. If it’s a nice day, you can have this activity outside and get everyone out of the office!
A ropes course is the perfect way to enjoy the outdoors and help your team work together at the same time. This is an activity your team won’t mind going to because they’ll be able to enjoy a day away from the office. Oftentimes there are other fun things to do such as ziplining.
Sports or Other Activities
Staff development requires you to get your team to work together and be on the same page. What better way to do that than with some friendly team sports competitions. Picking something easy like softball is a great way to get everyone involved. If your staff isn’t into sports, you could always do something more relaxing like a leisurely hike.
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