No matter what the size of the company, smart managers know the importance of team-building. And that doesn’t just mean all the employees are on the same page from a business strategy standpoint, but that there is a genuine feeling of being on a team together, marching forward toward the same goal. Each person has a role to play, and they give it their all because they don’t want to let their teammates down.
According to the website When I Work, a Minneapolis/St. Paul human resource consulting firm, companies that employ team-building tactics tend to bring in 2 ½ times as much revenue as those that don’t, and studies have shown that employees who feel engaged at work are 87 percent less likely to seek employment elsewhere.
When I Work has compiled a thorough list of team-building games, including What Makes You Tick?, Show and Tell, What’s On Your Desk? and This is Better Than That. Click HERE to download an eBook containing all their games, or browse the complete list of 32, none—as the website points out—that involve “trust falls.”