Who says the use of new technologies means the end of traditional team-building activities?
Interactive workshops, highly recommended for longer activity periods, allow the teams to compete against each other, for a sane competition spirit.
It is also a moment to communicate about the day with the other colleagues and the activity leader.
We can mention (non-exhaustively as there a lot of of possible interactive games):
Mölkky (pronounced [mølkky] or “meulku”) is a game of skill created in 1996. It is based on a traditional Finnish throwing game. Mölkky is an outdoor game. The goal is to score exactly fifty points knocking over pins numbered from 1 to 12 with a wooden stick.
Mölkky is a mix between petanque, billiards and bowling, and can be played regardless of the age or the physical condition.
It is a typical North-American precision game. The goal is to successively throw four little bags of corn on a platform 8 meters away from the thrower. Depending on your precision, you will win more or less points…
Rhythmical, fun and easy to understand, this game is easy to organised in a private or public park!
Bubble Football is, as its name suggests, a football game where all the players are surrounded by a bubble. While it protects the players – like a bumper – it complicates the duels and turns the activity in something really fun.
This sport activity is something to consider if you are looking for a good physical outlet offering a new kind of contact with your colleagues. Behind its strictly fun aspect, it allows to learn intuitive lessons about the way people can collaborate efficiently under pressure.