Since our work lives, social lives, and even family get-togethers have moved online, you’re probably thinking about effective ways to engage your remote team for non-work-related events. Enter: Virtual Team Building. 

In the past few months alone, companies have been compelled to come up with innovative virtual team-building ideas to keep morale high and team connections strong while physically distancing. Rather than conceptualizing, organizing, and facilitating a virtual team building activity on your own, you can choose from a range of different themes and challenges that are ready to be implemented as soon as you are. Unique team-building ideas such as culinary activities, game shows, even virtual escape rooms are all available online.

Our most popular virtual team building ideas and activities:

Virtual Museum Scavenger Hunt: Host a company “night at the museum” with this fun and challenging Virtual Scavenger Hunt. This interactive game provides a great way to solve problems collaboratively, boost morale, and bring your team together. Everyone learns more about the world around them while discovering each others’ hidden strengths and skills.

Team Painting: Yes, painting. Using innovative Augmented Reality (AR) technology, you can get your virtual team together with a painting event that’s challenging enough for creative folks but still achievable for everyone. Team Painting has the ability to connect your individual works of art into one whole masterpiece. Your team members are sure to be surprised by their teammates’ and perhaps their own artistic ability. 

Curated Chocolate Tasting: Described as the most delicious bonding experience possible, chocolate tasting is a great way to connect with your team, educate them in a fun and delicious way, and taste the most amazing chocolate bars or truffles in the world, really!  

Virtual Happy Hour Grabbing an impromptu beer after work is one of the most common and simplest forms of team bonding. Since real-life happy hours aren’t an option right now, TeamBonding has moved the tradition online and stepped it up with a world-class mixologist hosting the party. This program can be a one-off virtual event or a weekly subscription until social distancing is over.

At The Virtual Races Game: No real horse-racing experience is required for this high-energy, highly competitive online game that’s designed to mimic the same excitement of the race track. Small and large virtual teams can compete to train horses, sabotage rivals, and bet on the outcome to make the most money at the end of six races.

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There have never been so many options for setting up and executing an effective virtual team-building event, and Team Bonding has made it easier than ever. Visit our How It Works page to learn more about keeping your team connected to one another and engaged with our virtual team building ideas and activities.  Contact us today and we will discuss the best option for your team.


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