Winter Olympics Team Building

Let the games begin.

The XXXIII Winter Olympic Games will begin next month. So that means it’s perfect timing for an Olympics team building event for you and your office team!

Here in Southern California, we pretty much win at the weather lottery year round. So even our winter months are great times for an outdoor beach Olympics. The series of challenges featured in our beach Olympics bring out both the fierce and the fun in all participants. Smaller teams are created and compete head to head in physical challenges. Most importantly, the challenges are adapted directly from actual team building concepts designed to get teams thinking, talking, and working together.

Maybe outdoor Olympics is not your thing? We still have you covered with fast paced team competition indoors. Our Minute Madness is our team-based take on the popular game Olympics team buildingshow, Minute to Win It. Each of the 1-minute challenges are wacky and hilarious, yet bring out the competitive spirit in everyone. And we always have a purpose to the fun. In Minute Madness’ case, we designed the fun to focus on full team participation. We also cover concepts like dynamic problem solving, communication, and relationship building.

Once all points are tallied, we bring the Olympics flair even ’til the end by awarding the top team with a medal ceremony for the ages. Maybe you really want to get into the theme? An opening ceremony, parade of the nations, and torch lights are totally all options! Whether you stage the competition indoors or out this Winter Olympics season, you’re honoring your employees’ accomplishments by getting them out of the office and encouraging their engagement.

We’re pros at producing Olympics team building competitions!

Go for the gold this winter by getting in touch with us to help plan your team Olympics event. Fill out a website contact form, email us directly at events@fireflyteamevents.com, or call 877.267.1939!

CSR Team Building: Chemo Care Kits

Our 2017 year end holiday season was a popular time for our corporate social responsibility, or CSR team building events. These “giveback” team building events are different from our other team building event offerings.  Doing good in the community is a key component in addition to activities that unify and bond a team.

In fact, CSR programming is quickly becoming a corporate element that is of high priority to the Millenials who are today’s dominant workforce. TalentMap recently published an article about the connection between CSR and employee engagement. In it, they cited an observation in the Global Workforce Study conducted by Tower Perrins:

“One thing is increasingly clear. It’s not a choice any longer. Your employees expect it, and your company needs it. It is in fact linked to how well your employees perform. In other words, CSR extends to the bottom line.”

CSR team buildingGiven this growing body of evidence that Millenials want to work for organizations where similar values are shared, the holidays proved to be a perfect time for corporate employee groups to come together and play an active role in the season of giving. One of those corporate groups was our client JM Eagle, headquartered in Los Angeles, CA.

The team at JM Eagle was passionate about putting together chemotherapy care kits for local cancer patients in need of a pick-me-up. But with our CSR style team building events, we don’t just hand over supplies and say, “build.” Teams would be done in minutes! CSR team buildingInstead, we create lightly competitive and fast-paced team events to keep all participants on their toes and fully engaged. JM Eagle completed rounds of team challenges to earn each item that went into the chemotherapy care kits.

We also made sure to truly humanize the activity. We gave all participants an opportunity to create a uplifting personalized card to accompany each assembled chemotherapy care kit.

Chemotherapy is an unpleasant constant in the life of a cancer survivor. It’s nauseating, debilitating, yet a necessary evil. Every item placed in our chemotherapy care kit served a purpose. Sensitive lotion to soothe dry skin. Oral rinses to combat dry mouth. Ginger candies to help ease nausea. Activities to pass the time while receiving treatment.CSR team building

CSR Team Building with FireFly Team Events

Are you ready to ramp up your company’s CSR efforts in 2018? Show your employees that they work for a company that cares about how it contributes to society! Check out all our CSR team building options here.

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How to Bust a Post-holiday Slump at the Office

The holidays are fun of activities like cooking, parties, shopping, traveling and other happy yet often stressful activities.

“As joyous as they can be, the stress and expectations associated with the holidays can overwhelm us and switch our brains into overdrive,” clinical psychologist Brett Kennedy told Greatist.

This means that workers can head back to the office on January 2nd emotionally and mentally depleted. In other words, your team members may head back to work with the post-holiday blues. Mix that with a backlog of work after time off during the holiday and productivity and morale in your office could suffer.

Don’t worry, there are ways you can help your office beat the post-holiday slump with grace and ease.

Get Ahead of the Post-holiday Slump

Helping a post-holiday slump can start with an ounce of prevention. For example, you can ask your employees to truly take a break and  leave work at the office during any time off. This can help them feel rested and ready to work when they return. You can also set up expectations for a lighter, post-holiday work week with fewer meetings and deadlines so everyone can get on top of holiday backlog without feeling overwhelmed.

Tidy Up the Office

An easy way to feel refreshed and energized is a good tidying up. Schedule an hour or two for an office-wide desk purge where people can clean and organize their desks and files. Make dust wands and cleaning wipes readily available for extra encouragement. You can also organize unwanted items into bins for easy coworker perusal. After all, Jane might be ditching the pens that John loves to use! If there any unopened office supplies or used electronic items in good condition, donate them to a local Goodwill.

Focus on Office Wins

You can stop gloomy office energy in its tracks if you take some time to focus on office wins. Meet with each department and point out how that team contributes to the company’s goals and why their work matters. You can focus on recent department wins or overall team strengths, but make sure you’re specific in your praise. If you’re not a manager, you can still tell fellow team members what you appreciate about them. There’s nothing like a confidence boost to spark renewed energy for your work.

Start an In-office Wellness Challenge

After weeks of parties and rich foods, getting back to routine and healthier habits can do energy-boosting wonders for productivity. A post-holiday wellness challenge might be just what your office needs to get started. Here are some easy, at-work activities you can include in your office challenge:

  • Take the stairs
  • Eat a healthy snack
  • Bring lunch from home
  • Take a walk at lunch
  • Bike to work
  • Meditate for 15 minutes
  • Stretch for 15 minutes
  • Use a stand-up desk

Announce an Activity or Event

Sometimes we get the blues when we have nothing to look forward to. Just after the holiday break, announce an activity or event for your staff to look forward to in the coming weeks. The activity can be as easy as a relaxing afternoon at the movies or a catered lunch at the office. Or you can go whole hog and plan a fun team building event to energize and bond the whole office.

Luckily, we know just who you can turn to when you plan your next team building event. Check out our team building event options to get started or contact us at 877.267.1939 or james@fireflyteamevents.com.

How to Win at Giving Corporate Holiday Gifts

You have a great team working with you and you want to give your staff the best company holiday present ever. Corporate holiday gifts can be hard to get right, juggling sentimentality with practicality.  You’ll notice a lot of my suggestions come from crowd sourcing sites.  By supporting a campaign, not only do you score a new to the market cool present for your staff, but you’re also promoting innovation which will help your team on their way to becoming creative powerhouses.  So toss out the boring standbys, I’ve got some great ideas for corporate holiday gifts to put in your manager Santa hat.

3-D Pens

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For the staffer that loves desk knickknacks, give them the pen that allows them to create their own.  If your staff doodle on the edges of memos during meetings, unleash their creativity by allowing them to draw in three dimensions!  These pens have surged in popularity this year so the prices have dropped, making this dream item actually affordable.  Not to mention, getting a must have toy from work is really cool.

Digital Pin

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Be super hip with this digital accessory that allows you to display images and animated GIFs on a wearable.  Your swag game will reach a new level as the company Pins Collective runs a companion app where you can make your own designs and share them with the online community.  You could even create company designs for staff to show off their office pride.

Tile Mate

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The savior of productivity.  Give your brilliant but slightly absent minded staff member this Bluetooth chip that can attach to anything- keys, phone, purse.  Your team will be grateful they never have to spend time looking for things again.  This also works as a great theft recovery device.  I would use it on my stapler that tends to get borrowed and never returned…

DIY Robots

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There are a lot of robotics kits out there.  What makes the robots from Spanish company Emme great is their simplicity.  These robots require no cables, soldering, or coding on the user’s part.  They make technology accessible to everyone.  They’re extremely durable, able to traverse streets, off road, even under water.  Expect to see these little guys cruising through the office well into Spring.

Augmented Reality Headset

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Augmented reality is the next big thing in tech.  Silicon Valley has been playing with it for years, but it hasn’t become consumer friendly yet.  I’m not recommending you go out and buy Google HoloLenses for your staff, unless you have a hidden treasure trove you’re pulling from.  Instead check out the Aryzon Headset.  It uses your smart phone and its lens technology display 3-D digital images superimposed on reality.  Life looks more like a sci-fi movie every day.

Company Swag

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Your business is awesome and your staff are proud to work there. Gift them a quality sweater or stationary set that’s been customized with your work logo.  Lots of websites offer this service, but my favorite is Clove & Twine because of the quality of their items.

Hometown Candles

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Some staff often need to relocate to work for amazing companies like yours.  People tend to miss home around the holidays, so thank your team for their sacrifice with Homesick Candles.  Each candle is scented to reflect the unique smells of different states.  For instance if you have a staffer that moved from Utah their candle would smell like cedar, sandalwood and cinnamon.  I love that they made different candles for Northern California and Southern California to reflect their different personalities.

MoviePass

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The top of my personal holiday wishlist, movie pass is a subscription service that allows you to see a movie in theaters every day.  Keep your team culturally relevant and give them something to chat about around the watercolor.

Home Away From Home

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The home automation market is exploding this year with Alexa and Google Home.  The Elf Smart Plug works with those systems allowing users to control their house even when they’re not there.  Great for giving staff peace of mind while working overtime, users can switch on lights, adjust their A/C, even set their DVRs to record a show they don’t want to miss.

Staff Outing Corporate Holiday Gifts

More and more people are valuing experiences over possessions.  Gift your team a special outing during which they can socialize and let their hair down.  From simple dinners to exotic travel, staff will enjoy getting to know one another in a different setting and you’ll learn a lot about their personalities.  Check out some of our team bonding events for ideas.

Whatever you gift your employees this season do it with good cheer and generosity of spirit.  We spend more time with our coworkers than our families so the holidays is a great time to bring your team together.  If you want to share the goodwill throughout your community, contact us to help plan a philanthropic giveback event or kick awesome holiday party for you.

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How To Promote Holiday Employee Wellness

Working long hours to meet deadlines is often the norm in many offices these days. But when you add holiday stress to the mix, your team members could be ripe for a not so holly-jolly Christmas. The good news is that we’re here to help with some simple ways to foster holiday employee wellness in your office. Remember, a happy and healthy employee is a more productive employee. So making the season a little more merry and bright through holiday employee wellness is good for them and your business.

Organize In-house Flu Shots.

Even if all your team members have insurance, taking the time to run an extra errand for a flu shot may be a deal breaker with everything else on their plates. Many pharmacies will happily make arrangements for flu shots at your office. Offer to cover costs for uninsured or part-time employees to make sure everyone in your office stays healthy this season.

Plan a Casual Social Gathering.

An official office holiday party may have its own stressors, but an informal holiday social during office hours may help your employees decompress. Make it a mix and mingle affair with light snacks and festive drinks. The point of the gathering should be casual, work-free socializing, so this may not be the best venue for speeches or presentations.

Provide Healthy Snacks.

Everywhere you turn during the holidays there are cookies, cakes, nogs, alcohol, and a number of other sugary treats. We would never suggest not having treats during the holiday season, but it’s refreshing to have healthy options. Fruit, veggies, and snack bars are just as easy to grab as that gingerbread man in the break room that has been giving you come hither looks. It’s always better to have a burst of work energy that doesn’t end in a sugar crash at 3 p.m.

Promote Physical & Mental Holiday Employee Wellness.

Helping employees access self-care during the holidays — both physical and mental — can truly be a lifeline for those who are experiencing burnout, loneliness, or other stressors during the holidays. Get ideas from or add to your current employee wellness programs to help your team members feel immediately engaged. Here are more ideas to help you get started:

  • Offer an in-house yoga class.
  • Hire a masseuse for a day.
  • Hire an in-house counselor for the season.
  • Lead daily 15-minute meditations.
  • Temporarily increase established wellness incentives.
  • Give out step counters.
  • Plan a special holiday fitness challenge.

Enforce a “Closing Time.”

If it works for your business, give the gift of an enforced “closing time” to your office throughout the holiday season or for a few days leading up to each holiday. Telling team members that everyone is going home at 5 p.m. will ease pressures to burn the midnight oil during this busy time of year. Ask team members to reach out or step up to help with timely projects during the holidays. Doing so will encourage teamwork as well.

Contact us at james@fireflyteamevents.com or 877.267.1939 to learn how periodic team building events outside of your office can be an effective part of your company’s overall employee wellness efforts.

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Thanks & Giving: How To Celebrate An Office Thanksgiving

‘Tis the season to say thanks and encourage giving – Thanksgiving, get it? Therefore, it should probably include the employees you spend at least 40 hours a week with. Sure, as a boss you are thankful for your team’s efforts all year, but an office Thanksgiving time is the perfect time to make that even clearer to each employee. But thanking would be nothing without giving and vise versa. So check out the list below for five ways to say “thank you” that easily flip into five giving activities for your team.

Thanks: Personalized Notes

If your team is small, go the extra mile and give hand-written notes to each team member. For larger teams or several departments, emails work too. Whatever method you choose, make your note personal to the individual or the group. Thank them for their specific contributions and how they impacted the company.

Giving: “Secret Santa” Thank Yous

A leader’s gratitude is important, but knowing your coworkers appreciate your work is an extra boost to team value and morale. Pick names from a hat and ask employees to  give an anonymous thank you note to the person he or she picked. Encourage them to point out specific employee strengths or accomplishments.

 

Thanks: Special Team Lunch

Whether you order in pizza or make reservations at a sit-down restaurant, a team lunch is a great way to show appreciation. And remember, no one is allowed to work through it! Plan to say a few words of thanks, and make sure to include specific team accomplishments.

Giving: Food Bank Volunteering

Now that your employees are fed, help them feed the community. Organize a time when your team can volunteer at a food bank, community garden, or any other organization that needs a few extra helping hands.

 

Thanks: Team-specific Swag

Make something special that holds meaning for your team. The team motto or the go-to motivational phrase you say in every meeting will look swell on a t-shirt, mug, or water bottle. Whatever you do, don’t give away leftover swag that you give away at conferences or to clients.

Giving: Clothing & Food Drive

Identify a specific shelter or organization in your community and hold a clothing or food drive for its benefit. Increase the fun factor by setting goals for your team. Some ideas can be gathering 100 pounds of food or filling 20 backpacks with schools supplies for children in need.

 

Thanks: Prize Giveaway

Thank-you prizes in a company drawing can vary in size and value, so you don’t have to break the bank to say thank you. From $5 gift cards to extra PTO, each employee can win something that shows you appreciate their efforts.

Giving: Employee Service Auction

Each of your employees has talents and abilities that aren’t always seen in the workplace. Give your team play money for the auction and ask them to auction off services to each other such as homemade baked goods, a free car wash, and babysitting services. They’ll bond through giving to each other.

 

Thanks: Ease Work Blockers

As a form of thanks, ask your employees what their biggest blockers are as a team. There may be a process you can overhaul or a tool you can acquire to help ease their stressors. Your team may need something simple that they didn’t know they could ask for.

Giving: Ease Community Blockers

Ask your employees what is important to them in their personal communities and organize a way to help. Someone may want to run a 5K for a relative with an illness or hold a holiday event for children in need in their community. As a bonus, extending care to your team’s home communities can help give better sense of work-life balance.

Office Thanksgiving Beyond the Holidays

To find more ideas for team building events during the holidays and beyond, check out our full list of team building products or contact us at james@fireflyteamevents.com.

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80s Themed Team Building: Totally 80s Decathalawn

We had a totally radical time with Ghirardelli Chocolate Company at the Pasea Hotel in Huntington Beach for an 80s themed team building event. Our newest, coolest and raddest Totally 80s Decathalawn! Our tubular clients came dressed to impress with leg warmers, bright makeup and BIG hair! Awesome costumes included Marty McFly, Slash, Madonna, Ghostbusters and lots of Jazzercise get-ups. Even our team got in on the neon fashion action!

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Classic 80s Games With a Team Building Twist

We introduced new games inspired by the decade we were celebrating. Teamwork really came into play with Team Pac-Man. Individual team members controlled isolated movements of our favorite pie man. Everyone worked together to make sure Pac-Man ate all his Pac-Dots while avoiding the ghosts!

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What do chopsticks, pencils and red solo cups have in common? They were all supplies for Double Dare, where teams competed head to head in zany feats using common household items. We loved how competitive the teams were throughout the game. Shouting counts as team communication, right?

The most challenging game of the day was our cooperative take on the classic Operation board game. Teams had to work together to carefully remove pieces from the game board without setting off the buzzer! We salute those who were successful.

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Everyone performed well on our Totally 80s Trivia Quiz. Nobody was a goober and teams remembered those Happy Days like they were yesterday!

It was a beautiful day on the Pasea Hotel’s lawn overlooking the ocean. And the great event was capped off with dancing to the groovy tunes of a local 80s cover band. Seeing everyone let loose and have fun being creative and a little silly was for sure what made this team building event a memorable one.

Let’s like, totally get this 80s themed team building started.

If your team is looking for a dose of nostalgia and action packed fun, contact us at 877.267.1939 or email james@fireflyteamevents.com.

 

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5 Team Building Event Planning Tips for Beginners

It’s that time of year again — it’s company party season! And ho, ho, ho, guess who was asked to plan your team building event? It’s you! If you’re a first-timer, you may be a little nervous about the process. Don’t worry — we’re here to help you step out on the right foot and relieve a few beginner jitters. When you start with a thoughtful game plan, team building event planning success will be your reality.

These five tips will help you become the hero of your team building event. You got this.

1. Pick a Goal and Activity

Team building can and should be fun, but it should also be a structured activity that supports your company values and helps your team feel engaged and connected at work. Choosing a goal will help guide you toward the right activity and theme. For example, if your team needs a communication boost, planning a collaborative activity is a fun way to get there. Just make sure you don’t pick an activity that is too physically demanding for any team member.

2. Set a Time Limit

Work events — even fun ones — are more successful if they aren’t open-ended. A schedule is good for your business because it allows workers to prepare to be out of the office. No one wants to miss a deadline or go radio silent on a client. It’s also fair to say that most people have schedules outside of work, so it’s best practice to hold the event during work hours.

3. Choose a Venue

Once you’ve picked an activity and time, you’ll know the kind of space you need to make your event safe and comfortable. If you’re booking a venue or hiring an event planner, do it early in your planning process. Shopping around for a budget-friendly price takes time, and some venues fill up weeks in advance.

4. Prep, Prep, Prep

There’s a reason why the Boy Scouts like to “be prepared.” The more preparation you put in, the more likely your team building event will go off without a hitch. Now is the time to embrace checklists, spreadsheets, and itineraries. Heck, you can even indulge in a little “worst case scenario” thinking to help reveal potential planning problems. Think through logistics like transportation, food, water, gear, and swag.

5. Communicate the Plan

The more your team members know about the event, the better they can prepare both personally and professionally. Use these three steps as a guideline: 1. Announce the activity early in the process so concerns and adjustments can be addressed before details are set. 2. Send out a firm itinerary as soon as possible. Include details for everything the company is providing (transportation, food, t-shirts, etc.) and what employees will need to bring (sunscreen, tennis shoes, a can-do spirit, etc.). 3. Send out a reminder or two as the event approaches.

Bonus Tip: Get Post-Event Feedback

With team building event planning — as with running a business — it’s important to know what is going well and what needs adjusting. Anonymous feedback from participants will help you gauge the success of the activity and help you improve the next outing. Ask participants about the event in general and if they learned or experienced anything they’ve applied to their work.

For more team building event planning tips and ideas, visit our website or contact us at 877.267.1939 or  james@fireflyteamevents.com.

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Workplace Creativity Cultivated: Try These 5 Simple Tips

“If you love what you do, you never have to work another day in your life” – Marc Anthony.

Every company has the potential of offering a fun, energetic and creative environment.  This is a positive place where people can be trusted to do their jobs because they are happy and inspired by their employer’s engagement strategy.

An engagement strategy is a business plan that focuses on keeping employees engaged in the work they are doing.  This can be accomplished by making cultivating workplace creativity a priority.  Cultivating workplace creativity is proven to increase employee productivity, retention, and sales.  As a result, companies have larger profits and happier workers.  Many companies have engagement strategies, but fail to implement them.  So try these five simple tips and see how workplace creativity strategies improves your business.

GAMIFICATION

Apply motivational techniques to everyday tasks to improve workplace creativity.  Video games hook their users with quick responses, goals, badges, transparency, competition, leveling up, and collaboration.  These same methods can be applied in the workplace.

  1. Quick Responses. Use weekly meetings to provide feedback and evaluations. Encourage employees to offer ideas via email and respond daily.
  2. Goals. Set clear, achievable, short term goals
  3. Badges. Provide awards or praise when employees reach these goals. Some companies use a point system.  Employees accrue points for reaching short term goals which can then be accumulated and traded in for larger prizes.
  4. Transparency. Let each employee know where they stand vs other employees.
  5. Competition. Transparency, goals, and badges create competition in the workplace. Competition is a great way to keep members engaged and cultivate creativity.
  6. Leveling Up. Offer training and opportunities for advancement
  7. Collaboration. Encourage people to team up, bounce ideas off each other and assist each other in reaching the goals.

OFFICE LAYOUT

Some people work best with an open floor plan. Others work best with a closed office space.  Why not have both? Offer options for a person’s own style.  Either a shared work table or a private cubicle.  When a person is comfortable in their environment, they will perform better.

OFFICE DÉCOR

People are more creative in a creative environment.  SO ADD COLOR!  Instead of standard fluorescent lights, use colorful lamp shades.  And put art on the walls.  No one wants to live in a beige world, so why are offices painted beige or white?  My high school math teacher painted our classroom bubble gum pink.  It was a horrible color, but he said it would make us focus better, and it actually did.  But I don’t recommend bubble gum pink. Instead, warm earth tones work well too.

EXERCISE

Motion gets the blood pumping, reduces fatigue and increases creativity.  Encourage regular stretching breaks. Teach techniques that can be employed at the desk like head rolls.  Offer a space for walking or stretching during lunch breaks.

WORKPLACE CREATIVITY CULTIVATED OUTSIDE OF THE WORKPLACE

Lastly, to cultivate creativity in the workplace, sponsor activities outside the workplace. A company softball team, wine and paint night or a weekend hike.  Community service projects are also great ways to bond employees and make them feel good about themselves.  Employees who feel good about themselves are more creative and loyal.

For more suggestions on cultivating creativity in the workplace and for team building options contact us at 877.267.1939 or email james@fireflyteamevents.com.

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Large Group Team Building: 5 Ideas With A CSR Focus!

As we look toward the end of the year I get excited for our corporate give back events.  I love seeing the ways companies use their corporate social responsibility (CSR) commitments to become heroes to their local communities.  Whether your company culture includes year round employee volunteering or a charitable large group team building event, here are five ways your team can give back.

1. Beach Clean Up Large Group Team Building

large-group-team-building-beach-cleanupAll the fun in the sun of a beach day coupled with the feel good emotions of civic responsibility make beach clean ups a popular option.  Plenty of gloves, trash bags and trash pickers help keep the gross factor down while staff comb the shore for “buried treasure”.  Consider giving the event a competitive edge and reward the team that has the most bags filled.  Be sure to take before and after pictures so your team can reflect on all the good they did for the environment!

2. Toy Drive with a Twist

large-group-team-building-toy-driveSpice up your year-end Toys for Tots drive with a Minute to Win It: Holiday Edition event.  Offer up awesome toys as prizes that winning teams can earn for each round of competition playing games inspired by the television show, Minute to Win It. Then round up these toys to make a truly meaningful donation delivery.  Cap the night off with hot cocoa and caroling for a festive good time.  And might we suggest one of the games your staff of elves compete in be the “Tinsel Twerk”?

3. Bike Build

large-group-team-building-bike-buildA popular option for a reason.  Everyone remembers receiving their first bike.  Bicycles symbolize freedom, self reliance, and opportunity.  Avoid the headache of following complicated instructions by having our facilitators gamify the experience.  Teams can compete to earn parts for their bicycle and then be assisted in the assembly by experienced technicians.

4. Local Nonprofit Love

If you’re wondering how to best benefit your local community- just ask!  We loved helping Working Wardrobes which provides professional interview wear for homeless or financially unstable applicants.  Staff were able to volunteer their time in sorting donations and organizing inventory.  Many local organizations appreciate the man hours that large groups can provide.

5. Super Hero Kits For Kids

large-group-team-buildingWe think the brave kids battling illness at children’s hospitals are super heroes and they need to supplies to look the part.  Your team can flex their creativity and imagination by creating shields and masks for local super kids.

These activities can stand alone or be paired with other events like year end meetings or holiday parties.  There’s no wrong way to give back, so feel free to think outside the box.  We’ve decorated duffel bags for foster youth, painted surfboards for injured veterans, and assembled hygiene kits for those displaced from permanent housing.

Contact us at james@fireflyteamevents.com or 877.267.1939 and we’ll help you champion a cause important to your team that also makes the largest impact.  Allow your team to shine and enjoy those warm fuzzies you get from giving back to your community with large group team building!