Team Building Games: A Minute 2 Win It! Video of the Week

What do the following phrases have in common? Nose Dive. Hoop Dance. Card Ninja. Separation Anxiety.  Give up?  They are all hilarious games that may be played during a fast-paced program called A Minute 2 Win It!  Check out this video of teams dealing with everyday items (from balloons to cotton balls to plastic cups) in unique and challenging ways.  Sneaking in serious teamwork while everyone’s having an absolute blast?  Priceless!

Competition to Collaboration™: Video of the Week

Best TeamBuilding’s extraordinary program Competition to Collaboration™ offers your team the opportunity to explore several amazing aspects of corporate improvement: not only will everyone have a blast working together to excel at challenging tasks, but they will also discover the power of sharing their knowledge with each other.  So even as they’re jumping for joy and high-fiving each other (see the video below) they’re learning the true meaning of Ken Blanchard’s saying “none of us is as smart as all of us” – and they are bound to apply that improved mindset when back at work.  The feedback about this program is incredible!

“Momentous” Corporate Teamwork Activities: Charity Bike Build

A client shared this beautifully shot video of one of our corporate teamwork activities that we recently ran for their event: the Charity Bike Build program. Here’s what they said: “The bike build was momentous for our team and we’re happy to share our feedback with you!  We are so happy to have found your team! Keep being innovative with your team building activities and we’ll keep hiring you!”

Getting to make their team stronger, helping underprivileged kids, and continuing to work with a stellar client?  We’re in!

Medal Games: Video of the Week

Our facilitators have seen some simply incredible breakthroughs at Medal Games programs for corporations throughout the country.  From desk-bound executives finding physical skills they never knew they had, to quiet introverts giving full-throated cheers when their team beats their best time at an event, the memorable moments are many.

What we often hear, though, is how genuinely touched the winning teams are to receive actual medals colored bronze, silver, and gold.  Standing before their peers as a medal on a ribbon is placed over each of their heads in recognition of how spectacularly their team connected, came together, and aced challenge after challenge?  That’s what they tell us really sticks with them, even when they’re back at their desks, and we couldn’t be more delighted to hear it.

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