People that enjoy and enjoy working with each other have a better work environment and are more effective, productive, and successful as a group. This is why corporate team building activities are a great idea. 

So, if you’re looking for the best corporate team building activities, look no further. Here are a few great games and activities to try that will promote team bonding. 


This game is great for creative problem solving and collaboration.  

For best results, use a meeting room or some other unoccupied location and close the door when everyone has arrived. Select a member of your squad to portray the zombie and in the far corner of the room, the person who volunteers to play the zombie will be tied to the corner.  Every few minutes during the team activity, a foot of the rope tying the zombie to the ground is released. There will be a zombie attack on the survivors soon, and they will have to locate the key that unlocks the door to escape before it is too late by solving a series of puzzles or clues. 

Singing battle

Lip syncing showdowns make great corporate team building activities. Expand the concept to include a full-fledged air showdown. Divide your band into groups and let them pick who everyone will be in their ‘band’ line-up. Choose a work-appropriate song and provide them with some time to get into the lip-syncing groove by practicing their routine together. This is a great way for groups of people to break the ice and get to know each other really well. It also promote collaboration and is a fun way for people to show leadership skills. 

Sinking Ship 

Make a spot on the floor where everyone can stand together and then slowly decrease that space to make it feel like their on a sinking ship or rapidly disappearing island. This encourages people to work together in a increasingly small space. It encourages bonding and is a fun, light-hearted way to break the ice.

Trivia at the workplace 

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In need of corporate team building activities that are quick, straightforward, and appropriate for people who are working remote? Create a set of questions that are specific to the place of business in which you all work and put them to the test with your staff. If you’re looking for a fast activity for team building that can be completed in a meeting room or over Zoom, this is the one for you. 

Wall Murals 

Blending art and corporate team building activities is a great idea. It can help to blend a bit of creativity while also encouraging teams to work together and get to know each other. When doing wall murals, each member of your team should be given a canvas and a brush, and they should be free to create a colourful masterpiece. It’s possible to exhibit them as a mural in your office or arrange them around your workspace once they’ve dried. Wall murals are a great and memorable way to help people bond.

Wall of memories 

For this activity, sticky notes or a whiteboard with a few general work subjects like “My first day,” “Teamwork,” and “Work travel” should be placed throughout the office. In order to create a sense of camaraderie among your staff, ask each person to choose a story from their time working for your company and share it with the rest of the group. As an additional option, consider handing out sticky notes on which participants can jot down fond memories of their time spent working together or noteworthy team achievements. 

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