A great teamwork game helps players build something together. In this video, learn how to host a trust building game.
- A really great game, If you want your team … to collaborate live in the room, is called Build the Tower. … Here's how it works. … Split your group into equally sized small teams. … The minimum number is two people and the max is five or six. … Give each group a set of supplies to build their tower. … The goal here is to make it an unusual mix … of building materials. … Sure, they can certainly use Popsicle sticks and tape, … but it's also really fun to see what they can build … with uncooked spaghetti, gum and cotton balls. … Have fun gathering the supplies … because the more unusual you make them, … the more creative they have to be. … Next, give the teams a time limit to build the tallest tower … and let the hilarity ensue. … It's not uncommon for teams to take an early lead … only to have their structure collapse before the bell rings. … So encourage groups to keep trying until the time is up. … There are lots of ways to debrief this activity … from how they work together to metaphors …
This course was created by Madecraft. We are pleased to host this training in our library.
- Three types of teamwork
- Promoting psychological safety
- Developing skills
- Using games to foster collaboration
- Launching the collaboration project
Skill Level Intermediate
Managing Projects with Microsoft Teamswith Heather Severino1h 36m Intermediate
Leaders: Make Your Teams More Agile, Creative, and Unitedwith Big Think27m 49s Intermediate
1. Types of Teamwork
2. Psychological Safety
3. Develop Your Skills
4. Launching the Project
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