Lego Team Building. Nothing Builds a Team Like Lego

CSR Corporate Social Responsibility | Indoor Team Building Events | Team Building Activities and Games

Lego team building events! It’s not a big secret that team building exercises can be generic, and mundane. Some can be uncomfortable. Bring out the Lego sets and you may notice a sudden change in attitude!

Whether as a child or parent, have experience using Lego is always associated with fun.

Event Duration: 4-5 hours (half day)
Group Size: 50 – 200+ (dependent on your budget)
Location: Your hotel meeting room or office only
Benefits: Shared common goals, balanced participation, leadership and communication.

Example Lego exercises:

The Lego team Building Tower Challenge

We’ll start with a classic. This Lego challenge has your group split into even teams, ideally with 3-5 members. The rule is that the team that builds the largest standing tower in a limited frame of time will be the winner. The tower must be sturdy enough that it stands on its own for 60 seconds, so plan it carefully!

This challenge may see those with natural leadership qualities take the lead and can be an interesting way to analyse your employee’s strengths and weaknesses. It can be made more interesting by not allowing the teams to speak during the construction, or by telling them to build it on uneven or shaky surfaces.

The more obstacles in place, the more they will have to work together as a team to overcome!

Building Bridges with Lego

If it’s not too on the nose, you may choose to include the Lego bridge building exercise to really enforce the idea of coming together. It’s a simple one; divide your group into two teams and give each team bricks to build half of a bridge.

Place a sheet between them so one team can’t see what the other one is constructing. They must rely solely on verbal communication with each other to explain how it looks and how they can fit it together.

When both have their parts completed, remove the sheet and allow them to try and find a way to link their parts together, no matter how vastly different or haphazard they are.

Quotations are inclusive of:

Prize for the winning team member, lego sets, consultants, MC, professional photographer.