What You Should Do One Day, One Week, and One Month After Your Team Building Activity

Keep the feeling and spirit of team building alive long after your activity is over. Here’s what you should do one day, one week, and one month after your event.

One Day After Your Team Building Activity…

1. Give Out Post-Event Goodie Bags

2. Share Photos & Videos

3. Send a Survey

  • Did you enjoy the experience?
  • What was your favorite part?
  • Any key takeaways you’ll bring back to the office?
  • Would you want to do it again?
  • How would you rate the activity? (1–10)
  • What would you like to do for future team building events?

One Week After Your Team Building Activity…

1. Measure Employee Engagement Levels

2. Write a Summary Report

  • Employee feedback
  • Results versus objectives
  • Expenses versus budget
  • Event outcomes
  • Pros and cons of the activity
  • Obvious successes versus problems
  • Areas for improvement
  • Recommendations for future activities

3. Share Results with Company Leaders

One Month After Your Team Building Activity…

1. Celebrate Success

2. Keep Things Personal

3. Look for More Team Building Opportunities

Ready to Do Another Team Building Activity?

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Outback Team Building & Training is your resource for team building, training, and consulting. Recommended by over 14,000+ corporate groups across North America