Companies are increasingly using team building to build relationships within their teams or to strengthen them in order to increase well-being. Many companies organize trips or activities to encourage employees to get to know each other and collaborate. But what are the best activities to unite a team and why?

  • Well-organized activities

The team building process is frequently used when a new team is created. The company will then organize events so that each person gets to know each other. Thus, most often in the context of seminars, management will organize activities conducive to bringing colleagues closer together. Whether it’s an escape going abroad (skiing, sea, mountain etc.), having fun in the evening (bar, nightclub, show etc.) or doing activities (tours, Escape Game, MBTI etc),” companies and agencies are bursting with imagination to strengthen the ties between employees and create true team cohesion.

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  • Team spirit is formed by creating links

It is well known that to form a close-knit group you have to build relationships between your employees. Businesses have understood these issues that directly impact employee productivity at work. In particular, we are seeing a significant increase in the number of companies specialising in well-being. An employee who feels good with his colleagues will often be more productive.

The case of the Escape Game can be taken as an example. This strategic team game of escaping from a place in a given time is highly prized by companies for team building. Employees reflect and have fun together to figure out how to get out with clues hidden in the room. In addition, managers observe and analyze player behaviours to determine the roles that each may play in a project.