Predicting teambuilding trends for 2022

Predicting teambuilding trends for 2022

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1. Outdoors Activities Are King

With COVID-19 influencing work and office policies, it would be forgivable to predict that virtual teambuilding would gradually take over.  Virtual teambuilding, as delivered by technology, may seem like a valuable and effective way for teams to remain connected, especially when they work from outside the office. But outdoors-based 

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1. Outdoors Activities Are King

 teambuilding is still relevant in 2022, if not the preferred way that employees will continue to create and sharpen their bond. For employers, outdoor teambuilding is unique in how it offers teams the change to feel energised and relaxed at once.  Escaping the office setting, team members can build a bond throughout activities and 

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1. Outdoors Activities Are King

objectives that are differentiated from their everyday workflows.

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2. Teambuilding Becomes Gamified 

Gamification has been identified as a topic related to both physical or online teambuilding activities.  This suggests that, unlike traditional outdoors activities, there’s a greater emphasis on elements of friendly competition.  Yet, similar to other activities, online games and quizzes can 

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2. Teambuilding Becomes Gamified 

help teams flex problem solving and creative muscles all the same – often grouped into likeminded teams. Gamification is an interesting trend that, as long as every employee has access to reliable broadband and the right technology, can be rewarding for your team. The options are varied too, from recreating popular gameshows, to 

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2. Teambuilding Becomes Gamified 

challenging puzzles games, taking your teambuilding online and trialling skills through games can actually help you assess softer skills like critical and analytical thinking.

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3. Wellbeing Matters 

A related topic to teambuilding, “wellbeing” grew in interest by as much as 200%. Traits in employees seem to have risen in interest too, as searches for “personality” grew (70%) around the topic of teambuilding over the last year.  This suggests that employers are investing in the person as much as their resume, skills, and experience. 

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3. Wellbeing Matters 

Teambuilding can facilitate greater enjoyment, productivity, and interest from employees, especially when activities are planned to nurture and encourage relaxation.  Golfing days, for example, can be an opportunity for employees to escape the office and relax into a scenic setting for the day. This kind of encouraged downtime is 

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3. Wellbeing Matters 

critical to ensure that employees are rejuvenated as much as it can help employees strengthen the bonds between them.

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