Team Building activities build camaraderie and trust one of the most important aspects of a successful team. Team building activities can help remind people that work is never just about them it’s about the entire group. When you’re encouraged to do something together, rather than solo, it brings to life the idea that the group’s success (and ultimately the company’s) should be a priority. This can be a particularly useful learning experience for teams that struggle with teamwork, are overly competitive, or lack unity and confidence.


Building a sense of trust amongst teammates allows people to bring the full power of their skills, personalities, and who they are to work. “When people don’t have trust to do that, they hold back, thus sometimes limiting their abilities to be at their best.”



1. Office Trivia: Remote Team Edition: A take on the office trivia game but for remote teams. Team members have to match the office with its owner from a set of pictures. A nice way to break the ice when running remote events.


2. True Lies - Remote Edition: Remote teams can often work for long periods together without ever really knowing each other. This exercise is meant to help team members understand each other’s histories and backgrounds. It’s particularly helpful for new teams.


3. Magazine Story: Team has to create an imaginary magazine cover story about a successful project or business achievement. They have to get the right images, come up with headlines, formulate quotes, etc.


4. Create a Story - Remote Edition: We, humans, are really good at creating stories that can amaze anyone be it our friends. Doing this is going to be fun and your employees are also going to love it as they unfurl laughter with their stories.


5. Minefield: Navigating an obstacle course, but with your eyes closed – it might seem tricky, but it’s doable when you have the right peer to guide you.


6. Code of Conduct: A simple but meaningful activity that sets the tone for an event and builds consensus on shared values. Teams list what matters to them on a whiteboard. Perfect for the start of an event or workshop.


7. Human Knot: This is a camp favorite, but also a fun way to have team members come together to solve a problem. Have everyone squish together in a circle and grab hands with people not directly next to them.


8. Blind Drawing: Blind Drawing is a team-building activity that can be done in groups of two. The game can get people laughing and highlights how difficult giving instructions can be and how important it is to communicate clearly.


9. All Board: This team building game will require team members to work together in close physical proximity in order to solve a practical and physical problem.


10. Shark Tank: Teams come up with a great new product that will earn the “shark’s” approval? Everyone can let their imagination run wild on this activity. Collaboration is the key to success!


11. Make Your Own Movie: What better way to stimulate creativity than to get your team to make their own little movie? This fun activity can be done indoors or outdoors.


12. Solve a Puzzle: This can be a literal puzzle, like a 500 piece set, or a brain teaser that requires thinking and brainstorming out loud.


13. Bridge Build: To tap into team’s creativity and communication skills, try bridge build using the available resources and instructions.


15. Electric Fence: The fence can be created by tying a rope or shoe string to two chairs or other objects, as long as it is elevated to about waist-height.


16. Hole Tarp: Much like a business, everyone on your team has to keep moving to keep the ball rolling. If someone stops, the ball will drop.


17. Sell an Item on Your Desk: Call everyone to pick an item from their desk, and then come to the conference room. Now tell them they need to improvise a sales pitch for that particular item that makes the rest of the room compelled to buy it.


18. Tallest Tower: Find the hidden architect in your company and those who would be better off suited working as demolitionists.


19. Body of Words: This physical team building activity will engage the entire team and get people to relax and collaborate while also promoting leadership and planning.


20. River Crossing: This team building activity that requires group coordination. The aim is for all members of the group to cross “the river” without falling or touching the earth.


21. Blindfold Square : This quick team building game will get small and large teams to communicate when they can’t see one another or their progress.


22. Welded Ankles: This no-prop team building exercise requires a high degree of focus, integrity, and the whole team has to be in sync.


23. No Smiling: This team building energizer is meant to get a laugh out of even the most serious teams and can re-engage the team in a stressful situation.


24. Blind crossing: Blindfolded people walk towards and find a seeing partner, guided by verbal directions from the seeing partner.


25. Count to 20 : In this quick improve team building activity, your employees will count to 20 to practice active listening, teamwork, and forward-thinking.


26. Silver Lining: Going down the memory lane is a great way to get team members to bond with each other. Pointing out the silver lining will help people see things from their coworkers’ perspectives.


27. Odd Couples: This team building activity will let people appreciate their differences, and at the same time find something in common to improve team bonding.


28. Lasertag: It’s entirely fun and requires a good level of communication, collaboration, and coordination. It will also get the team’s heart rates up as it requires a fair amount of running around.


29. Flip It Over: The objective is to help people working in groups acquire skills like problem solving, creativity and robust communication.


30. Lost At Sea: This game tests whether teams can share resources equally, arrive at a consensus at the most stressful situations.


31. Buckets & Balls: This game is picked right from your favorite old-school game shows. Teams compete against each other to move balls from one bucket to another without using their hands or arms.


32. Daredevil: This game, because of its focus on verbal instructions, is great for building communication skills. It also requires leadership and decision-making; teammates have to decide who will volunteer and who will offer instructions.


33. Helium Stick: Simple, yet powerful team building exercise is a great way of learning how to work together as a team and communicate in small to medium-sized groups in order to complete a shared goal.


34. PowerPoint Karaoke: In this improvisational team building game (also called PowerPoint roulette or Battledecks), each person presents a slideshow to an audience without knowing the contents of the slides.


35. Shipwrecked: Teams often devolve into chaos when they can't come to a consensus about the importance of each item in a survival setting. Successful teams will choose a leader and plan their procurement process carefully. They will also have to negotiate with other teams to get objects they want.


36. Keypunch: A powerful teambuilding exercise for medium sized groups. Participants must touch the randomly placed numbers, in sequence, within a given time frame in multiple attempts.


37. Cup Pyramid: The aim is to create a tool that can stack cups up. Since you’re not allowed to touch the cups with your hands, the team will need to verbally coordinate to do it properly


38. Lily Pads: Using anything in the office, teams must work together to get across the room without touching the floor directly. That could be paper, cardboard, or tables!


39. Slideshow: The Slideshow activity sparks creativity and pushes members to think on their feet. It also shows how they support each other throughout the process.


40. Dance Party: Dancing as a group takes a lot of the pressure and embarrassment out of it. Plus, Dance Party fosters healthy competition and can energize teams and prepare them for the next challenge.


42. Reverse Charades: Reverse Charades, it is necessary for everyone that is acting it out to communicate and plan together. Because there is one person is guessing and everyone else is acting, everyone is involved throughout the entire game.


43. Group Timeline: This exercise helps show, in a visual way, the different generations and experiences of your team. It leads well into talking about cultural and generational differences and the effects that has on how people work and communicate.


44. Cartoon Character: Everyone introduces themselves to one other person as the cartoon character they would be if they were not who they are.


45. Memory Wall: Teams sketch their shared memories with each other and place them on a wall. The wall remains up throughout the event, working as a focal point of the team’s camaraderie.


46. Escape: This deceptively simple activity checks the intellectual level of the individuals and how they solve the curious clues for finding their way out. This helps to get an idea of how that person handles unforeseen circumstances at the workplace.


47. Egg Drop: This activity is a good example of a productive team building activity where everyone engages in completing the same task in a unique way.


48. Dog, Rice, Chicken: The team has to collectively brainstorm and come up with a way for the farmer to get all three of his purchases back home safely?


49. Skits: Skits are a great team-building activity as it forces employees to get out of their comfort zone and perform with their co-workers. This activity helps develop leadership, creativity, and collaboration.


50. Coin Logo: this activity promote self and mutual awareness, but it also allows participants to get to know each other on a more personal level.

Team Building Activities and Games in India


Team Building Activities and Games in India


Team Building Activities and Games in India


Team Building Activities and Games in India


Team Building Activities and Games in India


Team Building Activities and Games in India


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Team Building Activities and Games in India


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