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Activity based team building is about getting your team working to achieve a common goal. It normally takes place out of the office and is typically designed to push team members out of their comfort zones and challenge them.
Often activity-based team building is physical in nature. For example, at KDM Events we regularly host outdoor activity-based team building such as The Hungry Games, Out of Office Olympics and Ninja Workout.
Problem solving team building is designed to challenge your teams on an intellectual level. Often, it involves your team having to solve a puzzle, or a series of puzzles, to ‘win’ the game. This type of team building activity is particularly good at getting teams to assess each other’s strengths and apply them to a task.
Here at KDM, our problem-solving team building activities include our GPS Treasure Quest, Bushcraft Survival Skills, CSI Experience & Escape the Office.
Skills based team building is designed to focus on a skill or set of skills. These could be communication, problem solving, decision making, or adaptability. It can also extend to trust building activities, which aims to strengthen bonds between team members for more effective work relationships.
Skills based team building usually blurs into other types of team building activities too, as many require participants to use certain skill sets to succeed.
While all the above types of team building are focused on developing teams professionally, team bonding activities promote better social relationships between colleagues. These types of activities are usually organised just for fun but can vary widely in their execution.
On a simple scale, team bonding activities can take the form of a team meal or after-work drinks. But they can also be more structured too. For example, many of our team building activities are designed to help colleagues let their hair down and have a fun day away from the office.
Team building is vital in supporting teams to work more productively. It not only helps your employees refine their skills, try something new and (safely) step out of their comfort zone, it also brings them closer together and acts as a refreshing way to get out of the office for a few hours.
To find out more about how different types of team building can help you to develop your employees and facilitate better work relationships, contact us today.