It’s still possible to have a successful corporate team building event in the time of coronavirus. While virtual events are available, they are no substitute for the real thing. Plenty of team building event venues in Arizona are open and taking steps to ensure safety, and with social distancing being enforced, it’s more important than ever to build a cohesive team. Here are 5 safe and fun team building ideas in the Phoenix area:
Take your employees on a scavenger hunt! City Hunt’s social distance scavenger hunts are customized to meet your specific needs. Scavenger Hunts are a high-energy, teamwork-oriented way to get people to collaborate on a shared goal, and are perfect for team building, icebreakers, charity events, and more.
One of the most popular group activities and corporate outings is a party bike ride! Tour De Tavern offers private pedal pub crawls for any size group. 6 people pedal on each side of the party bike, with 3 more in the back seat while you drink and party your way through Old Town Scottsdale (with a driver leading the way).
Escape the Room
Escape the Room offers the best and most entertaining way to foster team collaboration: by escaping a room! Teams have to work together to find clues, solve real-life puzzles, and complete the escape room in 60 minutes, building trust and team unity. Plus, it’s a load of fun! Escape the Room has two locations in Scottsdale and Chandler, each with their own uniquely-themed escape rooms.
Everyone like to cook (or at least to eat). Classic Cooking can personalize a cooking event for any company. Team building cooking classes meet the instructors, go over each dish in the menu, split up into teams to prep and cook, and enjoy a three-course meal.
The Great Gauc Off
Have your employees make guacamole in competition! The Great Guac Off separates your crew into teams of 4 to 6 for avocado-themed team building activities. It’s much more than just mixing a few ingredients; there are guacamole trivia challenges, physical challenges, and other games designed to promote collaboration.
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