The seven days before Christmas can be used for great team building fun. When team members participate in the Seven Days of Christmas, they will each put their name on a piece of paper, fold the paper up, and put it in a big box. When all of the names are in the box, the box will be passed around and each team member will take out a name. Let the team building fun begin! Read more
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
Hosting a chili competition for your team members is a fun and tasty holiday party team building idea. Not only will team members have an opportunity to plan, collaborate, and create together, but the reward at the end will fill the belly, especially on a cold winter day. Read more
The Christmas season is a wonderful time to have a holiday dessert buffet for one of your Christmas holiday team building activities. This is a season best known for its treats and traditions, and this is one of those Christmas holiday team building activities that will bring both of those to the forefront. Read more
The holiday season is a time of giving, and there is no better way to give then to support a local school while focusing on office holiday team building. With school budgets constantly being cut, teachers often find themselves in the position of having to provide much needed classroom supplies for their own students. Many websites have been created just for this purpose, but you can make it even more personal for your team members. Take some time this holiday season to support a local school and take that burden off the shoulders of local teachers. Read more
Building toys for children is one of those team building ideas for work that will both benefit your team and the children in your community. Read more
Wouldn’t it be great to break with tradition and embark on a team building adventure that sets this holiday season apart from the rest?
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, which is pretty crazy since Thanksgiving hasn’t arrived yet. Nevertheless in this brave new world of consumer-mania, Christmas baubles start sprouting up like mushrooms in stores across the country right next to the Halloween costumes – and that’s in September! Right across the aisle from the plastic pumpkins, witch wands and candy corn are packs of tin foil tinsel waiting to adorn artificial Christmas trees.
Right now you probably don’t know whether to stuff the office turkey with candy corn or trim the tree down in the lobby with goblins and spider webs. Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas have begun to lose their meaning, melting into one big holiday glob. With the right group activities for team building, your company can find some light at the end of that Halloween funhouse tunnel-cum-Thanksgiving banquet table-cum-Christmas punch bowl.
Holiday office team building is bound to get better results than the same activity scheduled at any other time of the year.
Why is this true? Because the holidays bring a certain mood and air of festivity in people and their environment. Unless they’re related to Ebenezer Scrooge, a holiday office team building event is something employees will actually look forward to with enthusiasm.