Leadership Activities for All

Corporate life is not just about serious work, boring black and white suits, all-day meetings, innumerable cups of coffee, and never-ending hours. There’s a lot more to do at your workplace, where you can learn and sharpen your skills with simple team building exercises and activities. When you are working for long hours without a break, you often require a breather to socialize with your colleagues and break the ice between each other. If you are working for any organization in any position, there is a requirement of displaying or possessing leadership qualities, as you never know when your team might need you. Therefore, even if it is a very important and professional quality, it can be developed by simply taking part in a few interactive leadership activities. These group activities are fun and they include all the teammates so that each can participate and put in their best efforts. If you are looking for such activities, we have a few suggestions coming up just for you. Pick your favorites!

The Significance of Interactive Leadership Exercises
Leadership is a very essential quality, which every individual should possess or develop.
It is a positive quality, which doesn’t need to be used for overpowering and dominating, but to lead a group towards success.
Leadership yields other useful qualities, like confidence, positivity, quick decision-making, creativity, ambition, endurance to bear the consequences of wrong decisions, and to pull up a team from failure to success.
Many corporates and their managements make it a point to have a few interactive leadership activities are a part of their recreation for employees, as they get a chance to emerge as leaders.
A few of these easy yet effective interactive team building activities are compiled in the paragraphs below. All these exercises teach teammates to make decisions and work as a team, considering all the crucial aspects of a project assigned to them.
Roping a Square
This is a very easy exercise, where you have to make a team of 4 and use a 20m rope for the activity.
The team of 4 participants have to tie the rope in a circle, make a square out of it, with blindfolds on their eyes.
The team gets about 15 minutes for planning a strategy, after which they will be blindfolded.
They are then given 10 minutes to turn the circle into a square without seeing, with all the team members holding the rope.
After you think the square is ready, keep the rope on the floor and move out.