Fun Team Building Events

These engaging team building programs are perfect for groups of any size and will be catered to meet your specific goals and desired outcomes. From 10 to 2,000+ people, every option has a number of inherent participant benefits which include getting to know each other better, fun and meaningful interaction, lessons pertaining to high performing teams and enhanced communication skills. 


the benefits of Collaboration

This active and engaging session will demonstrate the attributes of team collaboration through a series of hands-on initiatives. Our 4-phased approach includes 2 sub-teams completing different challenging and fast-paced team-building activities, each group creating a lesson plan and then coaching the other group the activity in real-time, the teams completing the new task based on the lesson, and then engaging in a rich discussion for applying these collaborative principles to the workplace. Ideal for managerial training, project teams, and any group where sharing best practices and positioning each other for success is promoted for organizational success. Great for creating a bonding atmosphere and celebrating the success of the entire group.

  • Time ~ 2 - 4 Hours
  • Participants - 6 to 200+
  • Physical Component - Walking and moving between activity stations
 

Minute To win it

A Minute 2 Win It! is a fun competition consisting of high-energy tabletop group activities using everyday household items and office supplies. After a fun demo and practice session, each challenge is played and teams are scored accordingly. This 60 to 90 minute event is great for daytime team building to break up a long day of speakers and traditional power-point training, or for after dinner entertainment with cocktails and lots of laughter. This high-energy event will ensure that everyone is enjoying each other's company while cheering and vying to win Gold first place medals. 

  • Time ~ 1 - 1 1/2  Hours
  • Participants - 6 to 500+
  • Physical Component - Tabletop and room activities with walking
 

Record Breakers

Each sub-team must compete against each other to set and then break the records of 10 different tabletop activities! During the event a large scoreboard, which is updated continuously, will allow each team to see where other teams stand and which records are ready to be challenged. Valuable point chips are earned throughout the activity each time a team is able to set a new standard. When this team building activity is completed, there will be Gold, Silver and Bronze recognition given to the teams with the 3 best overall combined scores.

  • Time ~ 90 Minutes
  • Participants - 10 and up
  • Physical Component - Walking with purpose and intermittent rapid movements between activity stations 
 

Bridge to the Future

In the collaborative TrainingPath event, Bridge to The Future teams work together to build an actual bridge that has the strength to support the weight of the entire group. There are two amazing aspects of this project. The principal building materials of the structure are cardboard and duct tape AND each section of the bridge will be an independent artistic representation of the future mission, goals and aspirations of the sub-group and the organization.  This event requires the team to demonstrate strong project management ability including hitting key time-based goals, effective meeting management and visual presentation skills. 

  • Time ~ 2-3 Hours
  • Participants - 10 and up
  • Physical Component - Building bridge sections in a single location
 

Speed Networking

This engaging get-to-know-you event incorporates a series of fun and interactive games, conversational exchanges and various team-challenges, which are conducted in small table group rotations. After every 15-minute activity, teams are quickly reformed and a new challenge begins, allowing for maximum networking opportunities. This team building program is a fun and engaging way to strengthen bonds and encourage open and productive workplace interaction. 

  • Time ~ 1-2 hours
  • Participants - 20 to 600+
  • Physical Component - Tabletop and walking activities
 

Corporate Olympics

In this fun and competitive field event competition, teams will be vying for gold, silver and bronze medals while rotating through a challenging complex of activities such as land skis, sling shot launch, chasing the numbers, blind escape and more! Starting with a fun and energetic series of point producing kick-off initiatives, each sub-team will then pick a group leader, choose a team name and then compete head-to-head!  As the challenges are completed, points are earned and a running point total is established - with the live scores driving the competitive fire and passion! Occasionally, surprise opportunities to earn additional points will emerge – keeping the team on their toes and driving the excitement and energy. 

  • Time ~ 1.5-2.5 hours
  • Participants - 20 to 200+
  • Physical Component - Walking with purpose and light to moderate sports-like movements 
 

The Structure

This communication and team skills activity requires teams to assign a looker, a “runner”, a store keeper, and a builder. The lookers are the only ones that can see the structure. They pass information along to the runner who communicates to the buyers what should be purchased at the store. The runner also brings the materials to the builder location – in a totally separate area – and shares the verbal building information. At the end of the time frame, each of the new structures are brought to the main function space and examined to determine accuracy. This effective team building event incorporates listening and real-time communication as the key components for success.

  • Time ~ 60 Minutes
  • Participants - 10 and Up
  • Physical Component - Tabletop activities and walking with purpose
 

Kiosk

In this creative and informative event, each team will work to build individual display booths representing their department within the organization. The completed structures are designed to exhibit an inspiring interpretation of the current status, working structure, and future vision of this particular segment of the firm.

  • Time ~ 3 Hours
  • Participants - 20 to 100
  • Physical Component - Tabletop presentations
 

Islands

The group is divided into sub-groups representing various levels (Line-workers/Middle mgmt/Senior and Executive mgmt) of an organization. They are then charged with the task of all reaching the same destination from various locations. Each group must overcome certain unique process obstacles while assisting each other in achieving the project goal. This team building activity will provide valuable insight into the roles and responsibilities of each level of an organization. It also furthers an appreciation and understanding of the critical role that each person plays in the success of the whole.

  • Time ~ 60 Minutes
  • Participants - 5 and Up
  • Physical Component - Light physical movements and bending
 

PROJECT EGG

Each sub- team will work toward designing, building and marketing a device that will protect real eggs from breaking when dropped from a height. Only the materials provided can be used and the final product must come in at or under the required budget. Total focus and rapid decision-making and are required to contend with the shifting customer needs and tight time-frame. Teams will be vying for a single “contract” and thus will be judged during the presentation by the potential client with very specific criteria. Once each team has presented a single 30-second marketing pitch that highlights the name, slogan, tools and unique qualities and selling features of their product, the ultimate drop test is conducted and a “winning” team is selected.

  • Time ~ 60 Minutes
  • Participants - 5 and Up
  • Physical Component - Tabletop and walking activities