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Team Building Tips

Since 1997 Group Dynamix has been connecting people in fun ways . In working with hundreds of group leaders, teachers, youth pastors, coaches, scout masters and various trainers, many have asked us about where we get our activities, particularly those they could do at their location. So to be helpful we, have created a free resource called Team Building Tips, a.k.a. Teaming Tips. Team Building Tips contains descriptions of group games, activities, ice breakers and team building exercises that group leaders can use with their group. We also offer free workshops where you can learn the latest and greatest games and activities that will excite and unite your group. If you are interested in coming to one of our workshops, check out our Games We Play page.

Creating More Effective Corporate Communication

A team that talks to each other and communicates effectively is like a well-oiled machine, but when your team isn’t communicating, productivity can grind to a painful halt. Communication isn’t just about getting a point across; effective communication is about empathy, trust, and team. Got a team that needs a bit of communication team-building? Or maybe just a refresher course? We’ve got you....

3 Group Games to Jumpstart Conversations

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Are you trying to help a group of teens work well together and become more unified? Do the teens in your youth group seem like they’d rather be on Instagram (or doing nothing at all) than talking to each other? If you’re struggling to find strategies to help your youth group bond and start talking with each other, we’ve got some ideas. Here are three great games to jumpstart conversations b....

Icebreaker: Reverse Cup Stack

Here's a great icebreaker challenge for your team. All you need are some plastic cups, a bit of patience, and lots of communication! First, grab 36 plastic cups. Each member of your team can write down a few goals or things to focus on on each cup. Gather all of the cups and build them into a pyramid. Have one person lift the pyramid (or try to) by only using the bottom layer. They may fall (....
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