Team building activities, games, and icebreakers are an essential part of developing a strong and cohesive team. They help to build trust, improve communication, and foster collaboration among team members.
In this article, we will explore 5-minute team building activities, games, and icebreakers that you can use to kick off your next team meeting, boost morale, and promote team building.
In this game, each team member shares three statements about themselves - two true and one false. The rest of the team has to guess which statement is the lie.
This classic team-building game requires the team to stand in a circle and grab the hand of a team member across from them. Then, without letting go of anyone's hand, the team has to untangle themselves into a circle.
This game requires teams to build the tallest freestanding structure possible using only spaghetti, tape, and a marshmallow. This game promotes creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving skills.
This classic game requires one person to draw a picture, and the rest of the team has to guess what they're drawing. This game promotes creativity, communication, and teamwork.
In this activity, each team member has to pitch a random object to the rest of the team in 30 seconds or less. This game promotes creativity, public speaking skills, and collaboration.
Introducing new decor, such as art, furniture, and knick knacks gives the office a new look. When team members personalize their offices, they express their individuality and feel more relaxed in the office space.
What Changed? is a game that hones players' observation skills. A team member volunteers to make a subtle change to themselves or the meeting room, then asks the rest of the team, "What changed?" and the team must guess what it is.
Employee recognition is crucial for maintaining high motivation levels. During Appreciation Time, team members gather in a circle, and the team leader praises one member for an achievement.
Then, that member praises another before sitting down. The cycle continues until everyone has been acknowledged.