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The Top 10 Best Team Building Exercises For Enhancing Collaboration and Productivity in Singapore [2023]

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Team Building Exercises Singapore

Best Team Building Exercises Singapore
Best Team Building Exercises Singapore

Team Building Exercises Singapore are a great way to improve collaboration and productivity within a team.

When team members are able to work together effectively, they can achieve much more than they could individually. In this blog post, we will discuss the 10 best Team Building Exercises Singapore that you can use to enhance collaboration and productivity in your team.

We will also provide tips on how to implement these exercises in your workplace! So what are you waiting for? Read more to find out.

1. Saber Fit

Not everybody is a fan of exercise but how about putting a twist on it and making it cooler? Saber Fit exercises will help you move and stretch your way to fitness, with those colored sabers, you’ll surely be excited to keep moving and participate!

This exercise combines the usage of combat sabers alongside saber striking techniques and of course fitness exercises, which are perfect for both beginners and exercise enthusiasts. FunEmpire offers a Saber Fit experience like no other, so be sure to check them out!

2. Solve Puzzle

This can be a physical puzzle, such as a 500-piece set (if you don’t mind spending a few bucks on Amazon), or it might be a brainteaser that necessitates talking out loud as you think and brainstorm. Send one to your team, and if you’re feeling very ambitious, give them a deadline. Everyone must contribute to the project’s success in order for it to be successful.

Take a moment to consider the experience once they’re finished or the timer goes off.

3. Blind Directions

It is the responsibility of the other team member to guide the blindfolded team member in making motions as best they can, whether it be moving an object or painting a picture, or getting them to the other side of the office.

This exercise will enable people who don’t typically collaborate closely to practice communication and develop trust.

4. Organize a Contest

You could organize healthy contest such as a cookie or guacamole-making competition where staff submit their finest recipes and the team votes on their favorites (besides, who doesn’t like food at work?). It fosters a little friendly competition while enticing staff to socialize and bond over a shared interest.

5. Relive Campfire Stories

A traditional exercise that encourages storytelling and strengthens team ties. Teams assemble in a circle and exchange workplace stories. They discover new facts about one another and relive the past as they talk about fond memories.

6. Put up a Memory Wall

An activity that creates and allows participants to relive shared team memories. Teams create sketches or post pictures of the memories they have in common and hang them on the wall. The wall stays up the entire time, serving as a center of the team’s solidarity.

7. Play Perfect Square

Every player must be blindfolded and form a circle facing inward while holding the rope in their hands to begin the game of Perfect Square. The players can put the rope on the ground and move back a little bit after creating the circle.

Now the match starts. To make a perfect square on the ground, the rope must be moved by the participants. To accomplish this, the participants should designate a leader who will instruct the others solely by voice commands.

8. Drop the Egg

Egg Drop is a challenging and competitive game that requires good collaboration and innovative ideas to win. Will the egg survive? 

The team that’s egg doesn’t break after it hits the ground is the winner. If more than one team successfully defended their egg, the team who used the fewest resources won.

9. Pair Up

Pair Up is a lighthearted group activity that motivates staff to inquire in order to determine the name that is inscribed on their back. This game is a great way to get everyone excited and break the ice at the start of any team-building activity.

10. Have a Field Day

A field day is a great and affordable method to keep your participants interested as they learn a variety of job-related skills. It takes a lot of work to plan a field day, so you might think about hiring a third party.

FunEmpire also specialises in different fun activities like this one! Their events are also customizable depending on the number of participants you have.

Team Building Exercises Singapore

Implementing Team Building Exercises Singapore can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. By starting with some simple activities, you can start to see a difference in the way your team interacts and works together. And, as your team becomes more comfortable with each other, you can try more advanced exercises that will help to further improve collaboration and productivity.

So don’t wait – start building a better team today with these ten great exercises.

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Rachel Tan is the editor at FunEmpire Media Singapore. She has over 8 years of experience in the media industry discovering the best local businesses, places and things to do in Singapore. From lifestyle, entertainment, food, travel, education and more, Rachel is a trusted source to curate the very best Singapore has to offer.