“A meal where you aren’t forced into uncomfortable one-on-one conversations is a great place to start with a new team,” agrees Davey. “Everyone has the chance to talk to each other, learn something about their background, and build trust.”
When it works:
Everyone needs to eat. If you find a way to make that social, you can build fundamental team relationships organically.
4. Escape from it all
“Escape rooms are a fun way to build on a team’s communication and problem-solving skills,” suggests Georgene Huang, CEO and Co-Founder of Fairygodboss.com, a career community for women. “They force you to work as a team in a pseudo ‘high stakes’ environment without any risks.”
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