Fun Team Building Ideas for Christmas

The Christmas season is a great time to use fun team building ideas to pull your team together so that they can spread some joy as they celebrate together. You can have team members partake in a variety of activities, from the simple to the elaborate. Here are a few ideas to consider.

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Use a Christmas Carnival as an Indoor Team Building Event

Use a Christmas Carnival as an Indoor Team Building Event

You can use Christmas as an opportunity to create a fun and entertaining indoor team building event. Almost every company or organization throws virtually the same Christmas party every year, with piped in music, drinks and hors d’oeuvres, and light-hearted office talk. Why not change things up? Read more

Create a Haunted House and Focus on Indoor Team Building

An excellent and challenging indoor team building activity for your team to get involved in on the days that lead into Halloween is to create a haunted house that employees can bring their children to on Halloween or some afternoon during Halloween week. Read more

Start Preparing for the Holidays in November

Early November might seem like a premature time to some to start getting ready for the holidays, but those who are super organized and never seem to stress out during the holidays would be the first to tell you it’s never too early to plan. If you aren’t one of those who start your holiday shopping early, don’t despair. There’s plenty you can do right now to get a good head start on the holiday season to be ready. Read more

Get Your Ghoul On with Fun Team Building Activities

Halloween can be a great opportunity to incorporate some fun team building activities into the usual office routine. These activities provide a welcome break from routine and give your team members a chance to mingle and collaborate. Halloween is a popular holiday, and you can use these activities for motivation, pleasure, and to stimulate teamwork. Read more

Curb your Spending by Giving the Gift of Your Time

Gift shopping at the last minute can not only rob you of your energy and Christmas spirit, but it can zap your bank account in the process. If these are two Christmas holiday traditions you’d like to learn to live without, there’s good news. With some creative thought and planning, you can give thoughtful gifts that will not only be appreciated your recipients and won’t empty your wallet at the same time.
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Emphasize Team Bonding by Throwing a Holiday Buffet

Emphasize Team Bonding by Throwing a Holiday Buffet

Many occasions throughout the year provide a great opportunity to work on team bonding, and Christmas is no exception. Instead of having the usual Christmas party, consider throwing a holiday buffet to emphasize team bonding while team members pull together a festive holiday feast. Not only will your team members have a chance to coordinate and collaborate, at the end of the exercise they will have time to break bread and celebrate together. Read more

Use Team Building Hands On Activities to Celebrate the Holidays

Use Team Building Hands On Activities to Celebrate the Holidays

Using team building hands on activities to celebrate the holidays can unite your team and provide them with a creative outlet for coordinating and collaborating. Read more

Stress Team Building Qualities during the Holidays

The holiday season provides many opportunities to continue to stress team building qualities. You can present your team with fun and engaging Christmas activities that will focus on team building qualities like conversation and communication, organizational skills, conflict resolution, innovative thinking, and a spirit of appreciating. Read more

Holiday Team Building Ideas for the Workplace

Holiday Team Building Ideas for the Workplace

One of the best holiday team building ideas for the workplace is to give a military family a holiday surprise. Establish contact with one of the military organizations in your community and tell them you want to help a family of a soldier who is currently serving and away from home. Read more