- Show and Tell
Most of us probably remember Show and Tell from back in school. Basically, each person would get up and have exactly one minute to show and talk about something they own, something that is sentimental or just an item that they may have picked up over the weekend. This can also be an awesome team-building activity for virtual teams as well?
- Weekly Trivia Contests
It’s an activity Employees will eagerly anticipate each week. The thrill of pub trivia without the two-hour time commitment and logistics. Importantly, it’s not a one-off event but a source of weekly fun and conversation for the team without any ongoing setup or maintenance tasks.
- Two Truths and A Lie
Two truths and one lie are a classic icebreaker activity, especially if you have a new recruiter on your team. Each team member presents three statements about themselves: two truths and one that is false. The team can then take turns to recognise what’s true and what the lie is. After everyone has guessed, the speaker reveals their lie.
- Photo Sharing
Don’t have time for a long problem- solving challenge at the moment? Sharing sentimental photos or belongings with your team as an activity can also help your team bond. It can facilitate laughter and surprising responses that will leave employees feeling happy and connected.
- Guess the Emoji
Nowadays Everyone texts with emojis, right? This is one of the shortest fun team-building activities – making it great for quick breaks or post-meeting sessions.
Have a list of all the emojis up on a board and allow each team member to guess the correct name of the pictures.
Get one player to have five minutes to guess each person’s five most used emojis. After the five minutes are done, reveal the correct answers to each participant.