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Teamwork and Team Building Gifts

Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishment toward organizational objectives. Team building is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results. Successories' huge selection of teamwork and team building gifts for employees is a great way to reward and encourage teamwork efforts in your organization. Teamwork gift ideas range from cost effective solutions such as pens to high-end personalized gifts to office art & posters. All our gifts for great teams are backed by our 30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee.

Teamwork and Team Building Gifts

Promoting teamwork and improving communication doesn’t have to involve long, boring meetings. You can motivate and inspire employees, along with building important communication skills simply by playing a game. The following games are designed to let employees relax and blow off some steam, while improving moral and helping your staff function better as a team.

Fun Teamwork Building Games

1. Concentration

This fun and simple game requires employees to divide into 2 lines facing each other. While one side turns away the other changes something about their appearance. After a few seconds the side that faced away now has to list what has changed about their co-workers appearance. Once the differences have been listed it is time for the sides to switch. This exercise is a great way for employees to get to know each other in a relaxed environment, while also helping to improve focus and concentration.

2. Grab Bag Skits

While this exercise does require a few props it is a fun way for employees to get to know each other and work on building teamwork. Simply separate employees into groups of 3 to 8 people, and hand each team a bag filled with a few random items. Each team has 5 minutes to create a skit based on the contents of the bag, and must perform the skit for their fellow employees. Not only can stressed employees blow off some steam, it can also help revitalize lagging creativity.

3. Salt and Pepper

If your employees are often separated at work it can be difficult for them to work together as a team when it is necessary, and this entertaining game can help. All that is needed is a marker, tape, and several sheets of paper, and your own creativity. Find pairs of items like salt and pepper, man and woman, yin and yang, and so on. Write an item from the pairs on a piece of paper and tape it to an employee’s back. Have your staff walk around asking questions to determine what is written on their paper and then find the team member who is wearing the sign with the rest of the pair. After the employees are paired up have each one a few facts about the other and share the responses with the group. After playing the game your employees will be refreshed, relaxed and ready to work together as a team.

4. Beach Ball Toss

If there are several new employees or you are worried that your staff might not be functioning well as a team, this exercise can help. All you need is a beach ball and magic marker, along with willing employees. Write several fun questions on the ball and have your staff toss it back and forth to each other. Whoever catches the ball has to answer one of the questions written down. This exercise will not only lighten the mood and get employees communicating with each other, it is also a great way to relieve stress and boredom.

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