Dear All,

Here provided are few team building games...

Hope it would be useful...

1) Do you know me? (15 to 25 mins)

- make groups of 12 people
- make them tightly coupled with each other
- ask them to introduce themselves and
- A proud moment in your work or personal life,
- Something most people do not know about you,
- Interviewer's choice of any question.
• What is your favourite season?
• What colour are your eyes?
• What's your shoe size?
• What type of shoes are your wearing?
• What's your favourite colour
• What's your star sign?
• Which leg do you put into your pants first?
• Which eye do you prefer to wink with?
• Which side of the bed (left or right) do you get out of in the morning?

2) Do you know what I mean? (20 mins)
Have a volunteer hold a sheet you have created with different shapes drawn on it. With their back to the group, the volunteer describes the shapes on the paper; everyone else tries to draw the same design based on only the verbal instruction of the volunteer.

How it helps: The group's pictures will not be exactly the same as the original and some will be really far off. Everyone will be reminded of the importance of communication.

3) All Aboard (15 mins)
-This activity requires working together in close physical proximity in order to solve a practical, physical problem. It tends to emphasize group communication, cooperation, patience and problem solving strategy, as well as issues related to physical self and physical proximity.
- The activity can be run in many different ways.
- Basic method: Ask the whole group to try to fit inside a small area which can be marked by:

* small platforms, or
* circle of rope, or
* tarpaulin or blanket

4) Do you trust your team members?
Ask one person to free fall on his back trusting that his/her team members will catch him. Same teams can be used as previous events. It will improve the trust levels between team members.

5) Evening Dress (20 mins)
The instructor asks 2 pairs to take part in this game. He/she suggests their making the evening dress, using only newspapers, pins and scissors. The winner is chosen by the spectators.

From India, Pune

this is an icebreaker. I have experienced the same in several training sessions. it brings the team together and the feeling lingers on. Johny
From India

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