If you ask any group what they think “team building” means, you will get many different answers. Some will say it’s about building trust, others say getting better acquainted, still others say it's all about communication, practicing leadership skills, or even learning about creative problem solving and group brainstorming. But the bottom line -- team building is always fun.
Contents: All materials necessary for complete game play, and complete Instructions with Train the Trainer Guidelines.
8 x 22" hula hoops (smallest size)
4 x 24" beach balls
8 x 24" noodles
8 x 8" cones
Description: This rapid-fire, fast-paced game of passing multiple objects back and forth, up and down the line of team members starts out easy and gets complex very quickly. The sheer number of objects being passed becomes the team’s greatest challenge. And watch out for the competition. If they “drop the ball,” it could affect your team’s performance.
Objective: To teach balance in task management and shared responsibility for the team’s actions.
Learning outcomes: Handing off responsibilities, two-way communication, multi-tasking, balancing between linear, sequential and matrix task management, controlling multiple variables, and managing inter-team interactions.
# of Players: 10 to 60 players per set
Length: 30 – 45 minutes