Do us a favour and ask yourself this, “How well do I know my colleagues?” Some of you may or may not know the answer and some of you might say who cares, I only see them for 8 hours, 5 days. Whether it is a new job or an old one, there’s no harm in getting to know your colleagues and what better way than through a team building session!
“Team building is a collective term for various types of activities used to enhance social relations and define roles within teams, often involving collaborative tasks.
It is distinct from team training, which is designed to improve the efficiency, rather than interpersonal relations.”
We’ve all been through those team building sessions in high school and college, no harm doing it again at work. If you’re new to the company, it is a great way for an ice-breaking session. We at Venuescape are going to introduce to you some fun activities you could try with your team!
You can never go wrong with a company trip. It’s rather exciting! We wouldn’t imagine any better way to bond with everyone. Whether it is to Cameron Highlands, Ipoh, Penang or KL, it’s definitely gonna be so much fun! It’s like camps we used to go to when we were in high school all over again!
We’re all adults, what better way to know your colleagues better than knowing their favourite type of drink? You can always tell how the person is just by their usual drink. Plus, there are no limitations so you can shake things up a bit and get creative! We suggest you go for some cocktail mixing sessions and drink it up after!
For those who are into wine, check out La Cocina Tapas Restaurant for private wine tasting session by Mr Jeganathan Letchumanan, a highly reputable maître d’hôtel.
If you don’t fancy cocktail making you can always opt the classic baking sessions. If you are interested in that, you can always head on over to Nathalie’s Gourmet Studio.
I don’t think we’ve met anyone that doesn’t enjoy laser tag or paintball. Let’s get real, these things are usually way more fun when it’s Women vs Men. If that doesn’t sound intimidating, we don’t know what is. Besides, no matter which team wins, you can all laugh about it over a cup of ‘teh tarik’.
A challenging game but it’s definitely worth it! It’s one of the ways to get loose and see who is the patient one and imaginative one. Well, if you don’t wanna act it out, you can always draw it out!
The classic two facts and one lie game. This is fit for those of you who are comfortable with each other because if you guys are, then you can kick it up a notch. 😉 But, it’s also a great ice breaking game where you can tell people little quirky things about you.
Paint and imagination are all you’d need for an art jamming session as fully stretched professional canvases are provided! We are pretty sure most of you adults have not held up a paint brush ever since you left school, probably 10 years ago or more even! This is fit for those looking for a relaxing activity which taps into the artsy-fartsy side which is usually suppressed.
On the other hand, The Studio at KL also offers a unique programme known as “Arthinks” which is sure to bring you and your teammates closer than before! “Arthinks” is a training programme by The Studio at KL which taps into problem solving and creative solution skills – using art equipment and your imagination.
If you’d like to try this out, head over to The Studio at KL for a fresh and unique experience!
If you don’t know what these is then what have you been watching on YouTube? This is where things can a little bit interesting. If you have no idea what this is, we would suggest you give it a try! Watch a few videos on YouTube to get some ideas. It’s definitely a great way to bond with your fellow colleagues. Plus, nothing is better than to share laughter with a bunch of your working familia.
If you’re looking for a place to a have these fun activities with your work mates in Klang Valley, feel free to check out the list we came up with here. If those are not what you’re looking for, then you can always check our www.venuescape.my or call us at +6 016 720 0347. Till next time!