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Las Vegas Team Building Ideas

If your work team is based in or near Las Vegas, there are plenty of options for great team-building experiences. There’s so much more to Las Vegas than big hotels and casinos! Read on for some great team-building ideas based in Los Angeles. Dinner in the Sky Get a new view of the Las Vegas skyline from 200 feet in the air! At the same time, enjoy a delicious gourmet dinner and fine spirits with a team of chefs, a headwaiter, and a master mixologist. In addition to the skyline, you’ll see fantastic views of the Las Vegas strip and…

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Paper Tower Teamwork Activity

For 2 people or more 20 minutes Materials: 1 yard-sized ruler Also, for each person or group: 10 sheets of paper  1 meter of masking tape 1 pair of scissors This is a great activity to challenge people’s engineering skills. It can be done individually, or in groups of up to 4-5 if you have a large number of people. The object of the activity is to build the tallest tower possible using only the materials provided. The scissors can be used for cutting, but they cannot be part of the structure. The tower must stand on its own and…

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Cup Stacking Teamwork Activity

For 10 people or more 25-30 minutes Materials, for each group of 5: 6 paper cups 1 rubber band 5 pieces of string This is a fun activity that teaches many different things at once—including teamwork skills, delegation, leadership, negotiating, problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration. Separate the group into teams of 5 people. Each person in their group ties their string to their group’s rubber band. Together, the team must work together to stack their cups in a pyramid (3 cups on the bottom, 2 in the middle, and 1 on top).  One person sets a timer, as teams…

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3, 5 and 10-Minute Team-Building Game Activity Ideas

Team Building doesn’t always have to be a time-intensive process. If you don’t have the ability to do an all-day or weekend activity, a simple game that takes a few minutes can help bring your group together in a creative way, helping to make the day more fun. It can also help pull your team away from life’s distractions and get them to interact with one another. Balloons 3-5 minutes, 6 or more players Materials: inflated balloons, with one color for each team This game is as simple as it was when you were a child: just hit the balloons…

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Virtual Happy Hours: A Great Way to Bond Remotely

If you and your coworkers are primarily working remotely, you might think that you never get a chance to socialize together. But it doesn’t have to be this way! A virtual happy hour provides a great chance for some quality team-building. Thanks to the internet and video conferencing, virtual happy hours are a thing.   All that needs to happen is to set a time, create a virtual meeting room on Zoom, Google Meets or your platform of choice, and get started! Oh, and you’ll likely want to mix a couple of drinks—alcoholic or not, that’s up to you.  …

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Our Favorite Icebreaker Questions

You’ve likely been through the scenario. You’re at a class or a company workshop, and most people there don’t know each other well. You might get asked to say your name, and what you hope to get out of the class or session. In other words, very boring stuff! Next time, make things more fun and eventful with icebreaker questions.   An icebreaker question is given at the beginning of a meeting or activity to help everyone get to know each other. The question could be serious, but they are often fun or silly. They help those involved reveal some…

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Creating connection in the new world of work

The Before-Times When the coronavirus shut the world down at the start of 2020, we saw the workforce as we knew it shift in a big way. Prior to the pandemic, only a small handful of companies allowed employees to work from home. Now, the new world of work has created much more flexibility for workers, but also seemingly taken away something important: a feeling of connection to our colleagues and organization. At Feet First, one of the biggest concerns we heard from clients was, “How do we maintain some form of corporate culture if we’re all apart?” Without water…

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Hybrids – not just for cars anymore!

With people going back into their offices and others opting to stay remote, now companies face a new challenge: how do they still stay connected, and foster their corporate culture when there’s a mix of home and office staff? How do employers ensure that everyone still feels valued and engaged? If offices are now hybrid, can team-building events be…hybrid?! The answer is: Sort-Of. In our experience, hybrid meetings work fine if employees are listening to a speaker or presenter, as participants can sit in the room or watch from home, and there’s not a big difference. But if you are…

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When and How to Run Indoor Team Building Events (2022)

Indoor team-building events are back! In the Spring of 2022, we have produced dozens of indoor programs across the country for groups ranging in size from 20 to 1,000. We knew there was a pent-up demand to get together again, but frankly we were surprised by the number of people who were ready to get together in large groups. But things aren’t completely “back to normal” so it makes sense to think carefully about your participants when planning your next indoor gathering. We’ll give you the rundown on exactly what it takes to organize and run indoor team-building events in…

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Upcoming Hot Summer Team Building Events in 2022

Is your team ready to get together, bond, and work through some hurdles this year? We’ve been waiting for in-person team-building events to be back (for good!), and 2022 seems like it’s going to be the year! Here is a list of the hot summer events for 2022 and some tips for planning the perfect corporate summer activities. Tips for Scheduling Summer Team-Building Events Need some advice to plan a hot summer team-building event? Before we list our upcoming hot summer events of 2022, here are a few tips to get you started on your own event. Get Outdoors In…

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