In the era of hybrid working, it’s more important than ever to prioritize team building activities to foster a sense of camaraderie and connection among remote and onsite employees. Short, onsite activities can be a great way to break up the workday and boost morale, especially for those who are working in the office. Here are five ideas for short team building activities that can be done onsite:
Lunchtime walk: Organize a midday walk around the block or in a nearby park. Not only is this a great way to get some fresh air and exercise, but it also provides an opportunity for employees to bond and connect with one another.
Mid-day coffee break: Set aside a designated time for a coffee break where team members can gather together and catch up. This is a great way to build relationships and bond over a shared love of coffee.
Pre-meeting stretching break: Before a big meeting or presentation, gather the team together for a stretching break. This can help to reduce stress and increase focus and energy for the upcoming meeting.
Game time: Set aside dedicated time for team members to play games together. Whether it’s a quick game of darts, table tennis, or foosball, this is a great way to foster team spirit and friendly competition.
Volunteer Day: Organize a volunteer day for the team. This can be a great way to give back to the community and build team spirit.
Creating these activities is easy with the Reaction Club platform. You can visit the events tab on your dashboard, and click create an event. Once the event is created all the app members will receive an invitation to join the event.
As they join they can download a calendar invite or a reminder to help them remember all the relevant details.
By incorporating short and fun activities such as lunchtime walks, mid-day coffee breaks, pre-meeting stretching breaks, game time and volunteer day, you can create a positive and productive work environment that promotes collaboration and teamwork.
The Reaction Club platform makes it easy to plan and execute these activities, ensuring that all team members are informed and engaged.
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