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Five Cases that Prove Team Building Can Actually Be Fun

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Does just thinking about the phrase “team building” make you roll your eyes? Check out these five cases that prove employees can actually have a lot of fun at corporate group events.

Our event coordinators have seen it a thousand times.

A group of employees will arrive for an afternoon of team building, dragging their feet and dreading whatever is going to happen next. Imagine looking around the room, and seeing a mix of bored, annoyed, or distracted expressions. Everyone is wondering why they are there, and why they have to spend their valuable time on something like “team building.”

But then… something happens.

The activity starts, and wouldn’t you know it? People are actually having a lot of fun. They’re into the challenges, and motivating each other to participate. They break into laughing fits as they try something new, and cheer as a team when they succeed.

Everyone ends up having so much fun, they don’t even realize that the team building is working.

It’s the same story for all types of corporate groups and organizations. Need proof? Check out these five videos that showcase how much fun team building can be.

#1. Baker McKenzie employees who have “done a lot of team building events” take on The Amazing Chase


#2. KPMG coworkers come together for “a little bit of competition and a lot of fun” with Team Pursuit


#3. Fresenius Kabi turns their meeting into a “team building party” with Minute to Win It


#4. Employees from ConvaTec “get out of their comfort zone” with CI: The Crime Investigators


#5. A corporate group from R&R Realty has “a lot of fun” giving back to the community with Play It Forward

When you look around the office and see your colleagues quietly doing their work, it can be hard to visualize them having such a good time. But our event solutions experts can help you plan an activity that gets the same results.

Sign up for a free consultation to find out which team building activity best matches your group dynamics.


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