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Team Building Using Everyday Objects

Finding time to enjoy team building exercises on a day-to-day basis within your workplace can be difficult, but if you can it is both convenient and useful.

Lego_Color_BricksNathan Sawaya using LEGO to create art is an example we know works well that you could adopt in the office. He uses pieces of LEGO to recreate versions of well-known works of art from around the world. These works of art may not always be to critical acclaim but show initiative and creativity to create them. His exhibition has been hailed as an accessible, creative and fun way to use everyday objects.

Our team at Team Building London have been using LEGO over the years to playfully help team development. So we agree with P Kristiansen and R Rasmussen that LEGO is a great business tool. Read their book on ‘Building a Better Business using the LEGO Serious Play Method’ which highlights the benefits of LEGO in the workplace.

If you would like to find out more about how LEGO can help inspire creativity, teamwork, planning and financial budgeting, contact us today to discuss how we can help you incorporate everyday objects into your team building.

Make It Fun And It’ll Get Done

In any given year in London, we spend around 2,300 hours at work. So, why not have some fun whilst we’re there?

Thomas Edison, inventor of the light bulb, once said: “I never did a day’s work in my life. It was all fun.”

Interestingly, the video below demonstrates how commuters chose to take the stairs instead of taking the escalator, by introducing a fun element to walking up them.

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