In this article, we introduce you to 3 successful and innovative ideas that are ideal for teambuilding:

  1. Scavenger hunt

Excellent for sunny days: Divide everyone into groups and do a scavenger hunt through the city. You can organise the scavenger hunt yourself, perhaps even making some references to the company, or use an app such as Stray Boots. Your team will feel comfortable and refreshed after a little fresh air and entertaining challenges.

  1. Who Am I?

Maybe you’ve already heard of this game. It has different names, and the more people play it, the more fun it is.

Who am I is an activity where each player is tagged with the name of a person – dead or alive, fictitious or real – and that name is displayed on the back, head or any part of the body so that only the other players can read the name. You can write these names on cards or post-it notes.

Once everyone is labelled with a name, players mingle and treat their co-workers as they would treat the person on that co-worker’s card. They can also ask questions about their own hidden identity until they correctly guess who they are.

What’s My Name has no complicated rules or potentials for competitiveness. It’s simply an empathy builder – a critical part of a good corporate culture that allows employees to figure out what it would be like to be treated like someone very different from them.

  1. Cook-Off

The cook-off is a teambuilding idea that leads to a culinary teambuilding activity. It could end in a dessert or disaster, but in a fun way. Creating new dishes together requires the creativity and leadership of each team member. At best, the team is divided into smaller groups. Each team receives a food category such as starter, main course and dessert.

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