Friday Night at the ER https://fridaynightattheer.com/ Friday Night at the ER
The game simulates the challenge of managing a hospital during a 24-hour period. Players perform distinct functions, but they come to realize they also depend on one another.
One or more teams play the game (1.5 hrs), then debrief the experience (1.5 hrs) to share insights and apply them to their work.
For groups of 4 to 200, with a facilitator
Ice Breakers ... area on Shambles http://www.shambles.net/pages/staff/icebreaker 'Ice Breakers' area on the Shambles website
Go to this area on Shambles to find resources and exercises that may be useful when starting a 'team building' event or meeting.
Teampedia https://www.teampedia.net/wiki/Main_Page Teampedia is a collaborative encyclopedia of team building activities, icebreakers, teamwork resources, and tools for teams that anyone can edit!
This site is designed for a wide audience including: team leaders, trainers, teachers, managers, camp directors, counselors, and youth groups.
Fun Team Building Activities https://zestadventures.com/ Zest Corporate Adventures offers fun team building events for groups between 10 and 1000.
Some popular events include The Amazing Chase, The Pirate Ransom, and The Titanium Chef. Visit our website to learn more today!
Corporate Team Building Primer http://thetrainingoasis.com/teambuildingprimer.html Corporate Team Building Primer
Accelerated Learning for Team Building and Corporate Retreats
Accelerated Learning and Team Building Articles and Tips for Trainers,
Meeting Planners, Professional Speakers, Facilitators, and Event Planners
Team Building advice and resources at Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Team_building Team Building at Wikipedia
"Team building" (or "'teambuilding'") refers to the process of establishing and developing a greater sense of collaboration and trust between team members. Interactive exercises, team assessments, and group discussions enable groups to cultivate this greater sense of teamwork.
Team building is used in many contexts, for example in sport clubs and work organizations.