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Enrich the laboral relationship and improve the work dynamic.

This fast-paced problem-solving game starts with team members sharing a fun fact about themselves. Tell your team: In the spirit of positive risk taking, please share with the team a nickname you like to be called, either from the past or the present. If there's a story behind the nickname, please share that too. Ill start, then we'll go around and hear from ...

Facilitate a cultural exchange between people from different places.

Split the group into the teams you'd like to work together. Team sizes can be between two and five people. Teams of three generally work well.  Consider the total presentation time available and the total group size to arrive at optimum size of teams. For example - three teams of three would be fine for a small group event, or ten groups of five would be okay ...

Introduce new teams and/or team members and foster communication.

Welcoming a new employee is more than making a company announcement and a boss assignment. Welcoming a new employee, to give the new employee the best possibility of integrating successfully in your company, requires a series of steps that start after your job offer is accepted. These welcoming steps for the new employee continue right into his or her employment. If ...

Introduce new teams and/or team members and foster communication.

Set Up Everyone in the group writes down 3 questions they would like to ask others in the group. Not the normal “what’s your name” type questions but something like, "Where is the most interesting place you have ever traveled" or "Name a topic you feel absolutely passionate about".Put all the questions in a hat and ask them to the ...

Activate the connection between team members.

This one is a really simple activity for ice-breakers and team introductions, and great for demonstrating the need for communications and team-working when developing virtual teams and a 'joined up' approach.  Split the group into teams of equal numbers between three and ten people. Ask the teams to stand and form into clusters. (The exercise is a test of ...

Introduce new teams and/or team members and foster communication.

DirectionsAnswers are for who you are now...... not who you were in the past. Have pen or pencil and paper ready. It's only 10 simple questions, so...... grab a pencil and paper; keep track of your letter answers. Number your paper 1 to 10 first. 1. When do you feel at your best? a) In the morning b) during the afternoon and early evening c) Late at night2. You ...

Care for the team's health and give them a comfortable environment to reduce stress.

This is a simple exercise to get a quick "snapshot view" of the attitudes of your team members. Have them take a few moments to think about how they are feeling at this specific moment about their current work project. Allow each person to describe his or her feelings or attitude using five words or less. No one else may respond or offer feedback during this ...

Encourage the team's vision and develop the life project.

Setting GoalsTeam goals are statements that guide teams to meet their responsibilities and business needs. If goals are clear and doable, they not only serve as a team’s blueprint for action, they also serve as its energy. Goals are important on many different levels: Goals set standards for improvement They focus activity They measure progress They connect ...

Strengthen team communication and activate the communication channels.

Set Up This activity requires a bit of prepDecide on your clues - clues can be a mix of text riddles and websites, or email addresses with auto reponses.Create QR codes with clues embedded using a generator.Post the clues around your office, school, or all over your neighborhood or city Directions Divide the group into teams. Make sure each team has an internet ...

Enrich the laboral relationship and improve the work dynamic.

Split the team into brainstorming groups of four to six people. Each group will require a scribe and need to set up a group conference call. The scribe needs to access or open the online collaborative document for everyone in the group to see during the brainstorming session. Remind the team the of rules for brainstorming: Note each idea. Do not discuss or ...
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