How well do you really know you co-workers?

Your heart sinks, mind goes blank, and your palms become clammy – it’s the moment you have to stand up in front of your fellow co-workers and divulge a ‘fun-fact’ about yourself.

If doing this will be stressful for you – then choose a fun, anxiety-free way of breaking the ice with your co-workers.

Breaking the ice can be a tricky, and not knowing your work colleagues very well can often create an awkward or unapproachable atmosphere.

It’s never too late to bring a team closer together.  Whether you’ve worked alongside your colleagues for years, or if you have a fresh new team – a team building activity can help you get to know each other better

Break the Ice

Corporate Ice Breakers challenge
Corporate Ice Breakers with Team Building Made Easy

This Australia wide activity does exactly what it says on the tin – designed to break down barriers in a non-intrusive way, you can expect both you and your team to engage in games such as Family Feud or the Mystery Phrase. Focusing around interaction, Break The Ice will generate laughter and ease amongst your team!

Helping Hampers

Make hampers and donate them to charity in this great corporate event
Charity Hampers Team Building Activity

Nothing will bring your team together quite like Helping Hampers. A charity based activity where you and your colleagues will design and build hampers to be provided for families in need. All items are provided, from the hamper contents to decoration materials. A sense of achievement and pride will sweep across your work place after completing this charitable activity.

All for One

people in a park constructing a pyramid as part of the All for One Team Building Activity
All for one Team Building Activity

The goal? To build a 6m tall Pyramid.

To obtain the relevant materials and resources to build the pyramid, teams first have to compete in a number of smaller challenges to win the desired tools. All For One is bound to bring out the competitors, the delegates, the designers and the communicators amongst your team! Perfectly suited for teams up to 800 people, it’s a great way for teams to communicate outside of work and friendships to be formed!

Drumming Experience Team Building

playing African drum in a Drumming Team Building Activity
Drumming Team Building Activity is great for communication

Music is a brilliant way to bring people together.

Our drummers come into the centre of the room winding through the crowd as they play high- energy rhythms that get people moving. Some start to move, some are clapping. People are already feeling relaxed.

The audience is then guided to the drumming arena. Each person finds a drum or percussion instrument and can’t help but join in. The group becomes a tribe. It seems so effortless. As they play people are connecting with each other in a way they have never experienced before. The most conservative of the group are surprised to find themselves so open to the experience. It seems so natural. The crystal clear rhythmic connection with the entire staff body is mind-blowing.

Geocaching Treasure Hunt

use a map and compass in this great Geocaching treasure hunt Activity
Geocaching treasure hunt Team Building Activity

No list of ice-breaking activities is complete without at least one treasure hunt. This one in particular takes a contemporary twist, as teams are all provided with GPS technology to navigate their way to the elusive treasure chest. Forget traipsing through a park – to find your treasure, you might find yourself walking through a deep dark forest, kayaking down a river, or even practising your rock climbing skills. The Geocaching Treasure Hunt provides the perfect opportunity for you and your teams to get to know each other, problem solve, and communicate.

Taking time outside of the work place can bring you and your colleagues closer together, and allow you to communicate on a more interpersonal level. We have a wide variety of activities to suit all sorts of goals you may have. If you require further assistance finding the right activity to suit you – we are here to help

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