Truth and Lies

A simple game to get people to open up. Teams gather together in an intimate environment. Each team member says three truths and one lie about himself. Team members have to guess the lie out of the four statements. Number of participants: 4-16 Duration: 30 minutes Objective: Break the ice and get people involved How to play 1. […]

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Odd Couples

On any team, you’ll have people with different personalities. But sometimes, these different personalities actually have things in common. Getting these team members to appreciate their differences and similarities can improve team bonding. Number of participants: 6-20 people Duration: 45-60 minutes Objective: Improve team bonding and communication skills How to play 1. Create a list of odd pairs […]

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Silver Lining

Recollecting memories is a good way to get team members to bond with each other. But not everyone on a team will have the same perspectives of a memory, especially if it’s a negative one. Pointing out the silver linings in a negative memory can help shift perspectives, improve morale and help people see things […]

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Office Trivia

Sometimes, you need a quick activity to break the ice and get people involved in an event. Asking relevant “trivia” questions about your workplace works well in such situations. This game doesn’t require any equipment or significant preparation. It can also be held indoors or outdoors, with small teams or large teams, making it a […]

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Radio Play

Making movies is fun, but what if some team members are shy and would rather not appear on camera? Or if you don’t have the equipment or the expertise to make and edit movies? In such situations, you have an alternative – creating a radio play. This evergreen format offers a way for teams to […]

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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. It requires some equipment – cameras, tripods, and microphones – but your team will love it. After all, who doesn’t love movies? Number of participants: Any Duration: 2-8 hours (change […]

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Shark Tank

Join Mark Cuban and company as you present your own product pitch in front of a mock “Shark Tank” of investors. People love this pitch format and it gives team members to work together and be entrepreneurial. You also get to play ‘investor’ and pick the best pitch. Number of participants: Up to 24 people, split […]

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Magazine Story

Who wouldn’t want to be featured on a magazine cover? In this activity, each 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. A great exercise in creativity that can also inspire your team […]

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Back of the Napkin

Draw the solution to a problem on the back of a napkin, like all entrepreneurs of legend. Teams will have to work together and solve problems creatively for this game to work. Number of participants: 6-24, divided into teams of 3-4 Duration: 10-20 minutes Objective: Promote unconventional thinking and teamwork How to play 1. Come up with a bunch […]

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Spectrum Mapping

Map the diversity of perspectives on a topic by organizing them into a spectrum. This can unearth innovative ideas and show the diversity of opinions within a team. It can also encourage people with unconventional views who otherwise won’t speak up to participate. Number of participants: 5-15 Duration: 30-60 minutes Objective: Express views and share diverse views How […]

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