"Communication is a skill that you can learn. It's like riding a bicycle or typing. If you're willing to work at it, you can rapidly improve the quality of every part of your life."

Brian Tracy

Alphabet Soup


This event is designed to stimulate dialogue about how team members work together to be more efficient and effective.

The groups get multiple attempts to touch a sequence of letter and numbers as fast as they can. There is an overall time limit and the group can spend their time continuing to try to do it faster by practice, or spend their time strategizing with fewer attempts.

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Chain of Command


Chain of Command is a game that fosters problem-solving skills. The emphasis is on facing challenges as a team through trust, communication and co-operation. Leadership must be shared in order for the group to accomplish the task which creates rich discussion during the debrief.

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China Syndrome


A glimpse into China Syndrome:

The group must prevent a ‘China Syndrome’ from occurring by pouring the contents of one bucket into another using only the materials provided and staying outside a large circle. Any person using the materials must be blindfolded. Given a short timeline, this event can challenge ANY group.

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Communication Team Building Kit


This kit is a collection of communication activities proven to encourage group discussion around the topic of communication and how to improve communication among group members.

The team building exercises below have been proven to be excellent to help groups discover the importance of great communication and the need to continually practice.


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Get It Together


The purpose of this exercise is to practice clear communication and develop keys to trust during challenging and confusing times. The exercise creates a great deal of confusion and sometimes frustration as communication becomes difficult.

Feedback, both giving and receiving is the essence of communication and MUST be practiced here in order for the participants to accomplish their tasks. Due to the inherent communication difficulty the exercise creates, a high level of commitment is required by all participants. How many members of the team are not committed to the goals at work?

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Group Juggling


If inter-departmental communication and processes are your group’s bugbear, then opt for ‘Group Juggling’ and you will soon witness all round improvements back at the work place.  ‘Group Juggling’ is an icebreaker that is 100% fun and heightens communication within teams. Group synergy is at the core of this game and it provides the foundation for participants to learn to work together and to act as a team.

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Knot A Team


The purpose of this exercise is to bring group members closer together. This is true in the physical and metaphorical meaning.

Many groups need to unravel the difficulties before they can become a ‘team’. Not all groups are teams. In fact, most of the ‘teams’ we facilitate for are simple groups that have been thrown together as a ‘team’.

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Knot or Not A Knot


Does your team stand together in unity or fight for position/opinion? This activity is a great closing activity as a final ‘challenge’.  How are we actually viewing ourselves and our ‘positions’? Am I digging my heels in because I feel I am right?  This activity shows how holding your position can result in a pyrrhic victory.

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Learning Maze


We have all heard the adage “learning through our mistakes”. Teams can now experience it through Learning Maze.

Facing unforeseen situations is common in organization but it is important for a team to learn, grow and move ahead from the experience. If you want your team to discover how, then try out Learning Maze.

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Let Go My Ego


Overcoming frustration and resisting the temptation to blame each other will be key to moving the bar in the direction you choose. People can find themselves sacrificing their integrity and doing the opposite of their intention.

This activity is amazing for communication, leadership, teamwork, the PERFECT example of a team going through Tuckman’s model of a team – Forming – Storming – Norming – Performing. They go through each stage EVERY time.


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Let Go My Ego Digital File


Overcoming frustration and resisting the temptation to blame each other will be key to achieving success. People can find themselves sacrificing their integrity and doing the opposite of their intention. Amazing activity for communication, leadership, and personal accountability.

NOTE:  This is for purchase of the instructions ONLY.  If you wish to purchase materials, be sure to purchase them here.

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One Trip Digital Kit


All digital, downloadable files, you obtain your own materials that you can easily find in one trip to a store – Home Depot, Walmart  etc. The instructions for each activity tell you exactly what you need. You can run any activity in this kit just minutes after purchase.


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Perfect Square


The Perfect Square is another easy event that can be very powerful because of the experience the group will go through. Incredibly simplistic in design, most groups do not take the time to plan correctly or set groundrules for communication, which will create frustration levels due to the lack of clear communication.

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River Crossing


River Crossing requires clear communication as well as the passing of critical information from person to person. This event will show what happens when there are gaps in communication and the resulting frustration will be a source of long dialogue.

This team building game is also called Toxic River and Acid River.

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Search And Rescue


The art of cooperation is something we are taught as children. For some reason, many of us forget that lesson when we enter the front door of work. This exercise is designed to let participants experience how fun cooperation and teamwork can be.

Using a cute wooden plane, teams must land and rescue people within a short time frame.  How many can people can you save?

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Supply Chain


The purpose of this exercise is to physically demonstrate the metaphor that every member of a team is an important ‘link in the chain’.

While the exercise is technically simple, there is the need for quality of performance and efficiency. Many of the group’s norms and unwritten ‘rules’ will put barriers in the way and will decrease performance.

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Trust Walk Activity


This is one of the most powerful and, ironically, one of the simplest events.

Trust Walk is about leading, following, trusting and communicating.

Many leadership styles emerge during this event. Some find it difficult to be responsible for another person’s safety and others find it exhilarating. To trust or give up control can be very hard for some people.

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Bull Ring


This is a fun activity that your group will not forget and relates easily back to work.

Moving a ball from one spot to another using a ring and some rope is the object of Bull Ring. Although initially appearing quite easy, we have provided instructions and materials to help increase the difficulty on a whim.

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