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40+ Outdoor Team Building Activities & Games (2024)

Updated October 9, 2023

Do you want to get out with the team and build camaraderie while enjoying some fresh air? In this guide, we'll take you through the best outdoor team building activities and outdoor events for team building to try with your company.

In this article, we share twenty fun team-building exercise ideas and outdoor team building games for large groups or small teams that are for the great outdoors. Read on and see which ones you and your team might want to try out.

Activity Participants Duration Difficulty
Egg Drop 4 - 20 people 20 - 30 minutes Hard
Team Sports 5 to 50 people 1 - 2 hours Easy
Charity Events 5 - 500 people Varies Easy
Scavenger Hunts 15 to 40 people 10 - 15 minutes Medium
Team Tic-Tac-Toe 5 - 10 people 15 - 30 minutes Easy
Hole in Many 4 - 12 people 30 minutes Easy
Fear Factor 5 - 10 people 10 - 15 minutes Easy
Team Mall 4 or more people 45 minutes - 1 hour Hard
The Emotional Bus 6 or more people 20 or more minutes Hard
What's Your Fortune? 4 or more people 20 - 30 minutes Easy

But before that, let's discuss team building activities and why they matter.

What are Team Building Activities?

team building activities

One of the best ways to get everyone to start bonding and getting to know each other on a personal level or build trust within the team is to provide a change in scenery. Team building activities work for new teams or old ones too. Through a series of these challenges, teams improve problem solving skills and help the whole team to see the beauty of working together towards a common goal.

Why You Should Run Outdoor Team Building Activities

Whether it be a trip to a state park or even a national park or national forest, simple outdoor activities in your local parks, rock climbing, a river adventure, horseback riding, treasure hunts, obstacle courses, a field day, team outings, and so on; These are all fabulous outdoor adventures and activities for you and your team.

When we constantly see someone in the exact same context and situation every single time, it’s very easy to fall into the mindset that the person is defined solely by their role and responsibilities. The goal of a team building activity or set of activities is to get people to realize that they play a bigger part in achieving more.

Just think of the first time you saw a teacher outside of school and were utterly shocked that they actually had a life outside of school grounds. That's how team building activities help companies as well— it opens our eyes to a whole new world of team work.

If your team is working remotely at the moment then you should check out our best virtual team building games and activities for remote teams. In there you'll find 100 ideas with instructions that you can try with your newly remote team.

20 Best Outdoor Team Building Activities for Your Team

Here's a look at some of the most fun outdoor team building activities you can try out with your team.

1. Egg Drop

Egg Drop

Objective: Creative problem solving and improving team collaboration

Participants: 4 to 20 people

Duration: 20 to 30 minutes

Difficulty: Hard

Materials: Carton of eggs and building materials (e.g., newspaper, balloons, string, etc)

Everyone loves throwing stuff out of a building, if they say they aren’t interested then they’re a liar.

A schoolyard classic, this is a fun game that tests everyone’s problem-solving and teamwork skills, and you get to throw things off the roof!


  1. Gather a carton of eggs and simple building materials (e.g., newspapers, balloons, string, cardboard, masking tape etc).

  2. Divide your team into two teams or more. Ensure that you have small groups working together. We recommend having a group size of no more than three to five people. Evenly distribute the materials to every group.

  3. The challenge is for every group to construct a carrier in 20 to 30 minutes that’ll allow for an egg to be dropped off the roof of the building (or a two-story window if you work in a skyscraper) without breaking. Have each team take turns dropping the carrier. Whoever completes the challenge without breaking the eggs first wins the game.

  • Top tip: Make sure you avoid this team activity on a hot day as no one enjoys the smell of rotting eggs in the parking lot.

2. Team Sports

Team Sports

Objective: To improve communication Skills, Team Bonding, Confidence Building & Improving Collaboration

Participants: 5 to 50 people

Duration: 1 to 2 hours

Difficulty: Easy

Materials: Depends on the game

Ahh… the joys of school sports day. A day with no lessons, out on the sports field, the sun shining and you’re in friendly competition with your best mates. It brings back happy memories even now.

So, why not bring this euphoric moment back to life with a friendly, and fast-paced and fun activity?


This is one of the most self-explanatory activities out there.

Simply set up your own sports day by dividing your group into different teams, and making them compete in different sports.

Whether it's soccer, volleyball or even dragon boat racing, a little friendly competition and physical activity is a fun way of encouraging communication and collaboration between your great team members.

All you really need is a large enough space to play your sport of choice and it’s game on.

Top tip: Make sure you take into consideration the type of sport you choose, as well as the physical abilities and personalities of your group as people who aren't naturally athletic, might feel embarrassed or humiliated, and others who are extremely competitive can make it uncomfortable for everyone involved.

3. Charity Events

Charity Events & Social Work

Objective: Team Bonding & Get To Know One Another

Participants: 5 - 500

Duration: Anywhere between a couple of hours to a couple of weeks

Difficulty: Easy

Materials: None

With experts in Britain and Canada noticing that people who support charities are much happier; and with studies finding that happier employees are far more cooperative within teams, we cannot recommend this team-building event highly enough.


Again, another activity with very simple instructions.

Simply, get the team together to volunteer at a local charity together. It is a great way to give your team the opportunity to give back and learn more about each other in the process. It also brings the team group members out of their comfort zone by learning to get out of their way to help others.

Whether it’s spending a few hours at a soup kitchen, helping out a nonprofit, or reading to kids at a hospital, volunteering not only helps your team feel more connected with each other but to their community as well.

To help you look for volunteering work that you and your team can get behind, make sure to check out sites like Idealist, All for Good, VolunteerMatch and Catchafire.

4. Scavenger Hunts

Scavenger Hunts

Objective: To work in teams to collect objects from around the office

Participants: 15 to 40 people

Duration: 10 to 15 minutes

Difficulty: Medium

Materials: A list of object that can be found in the office

If you’re able to set aside at least a few hours for employee orientation, then it’s highly recommended that you try out this fun and engaging team building activity.

We love scavenger hunts because it is a great and engaging way to introduce new staff into the workplace and get a feel for their new job.

Not only does it encourage collaboration and interaction, it’s also an activity that all personality types can enjoy.


  1. Break everyone into small groups of four or five.

  2. Give each group a shortlist of things to find within the office (e.g., a hole punch, tea bags, a pink pen…).

  3. Set the clock for 5 minutes and instruct the teams to find as many of the things on the list as possible. Team members must come up with their own strategy of gathering as many items on the list. That way, people work together to ideate, not just execute.

  4. The winning team is the team that has the most stuff from the list collected.

  • Top tip: In order to spice things up a little further, you should add a small incentive for the winning team.

5. Team Tic-Tac-Toe

Team Tic Tac Toe

Objective: Improving Collaboration, Decision Making, Confidence Building & Communication Skills

Participants: 5 - 10 people

Duration: 15 to 30 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

Materials: Eight bean bags and nine cones/hoops

Often used as a warm-up drill for sports teams around the world, this activity also has the side benefit of being an excellent team-building game that gives everyone a chance to shine while working together as a team.

Personally, we love it so much because it's active and is guaranteed to get everyone's heart racing.


  1. Divide everyone into two equal lines.

  2. Set up cones in a three-by-three grid a few yards away from the players.

  3. Each member of the team must place their respective beanbag on one of the cones and then runs back and tags the next person in the line, who places their bean bag and runs back. And so on and so forth.

  4. Run as many rounds of this game as you’d like and feel free to mix it up by adding in an extra challenge like having to dribble a soccer ball for example.

6. Hole in Many

Hole in Many

Objective: Communication Skills & Improving Collaboration

Participants: 4 - 12 people

Duration: 30 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

Materials: A tarpaulin and some tennis balls

The aim of the game is to keep the tennis ball from falling through any of the holes for as long as possible. This is a great game as it practices your team's ability to effectively communicate with each other; which is important because studies have found that teams with effective communication are more competent.


  1. Find (or buy) an old tarpaulin and cut some holes in it.

  2. Instruct everybody to grab a corner of a tarpaulin and stretch it out between them so that everyone is in a circle.

  3. Place a tennis ball in the tarpaulin - the aim of the game is to keep the tennis ball from falling through any of the holes for as long as possible.

  4. To make it even more challenging, you can cut a few more holes in the tarp or add a few more tennis balls as the time limit goes by.

7. Fear Factor

Fear Factor

Objective: To promote teamwork, trust, patience and creativity

Participants: 5 - 10 people

Duration: 10 to 15 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

Materials: Pen and paper for each team

Fear factor is a great team building activity because it gets everyone involved and thinking outside of the box. We personally love it because it’s fun, tests everyone’s ability and encourages cooperation.

Try to be mindful of the challenges. Don't make them too dangerous, intimidating, or hard. Remember that the goal is to promote trust, teamwork, patience, and creativity.


  1. Split your group into teams, we recommend having no more than three to six players per team.

  2. Each team must come up with six challenges that they can accomplish and win.

  3. The team coming up with the challenge must be able to do the challenge before they can add it to the list for another group to attempt to accomplish. We suggest encouraging challenges like Physical challenges (such as each member of the team jumping a rope ten times without tripping or stopping), non-physical challenges (such as having to sing happy birthday in Spanish), or 'gross’ challenges (such as eating ice cream with ketchup).

  4. After 5 minutes, get the group to hand in their list.

  5. Call out challenges, the team (or teams) who did not create the challenge have a chance to do it. If they successfully do it, they get a point.

  6. Go through all the challenges, whichever team finishes on the most points wins.

8. Team Mall

Team Mall

Objective: To highlight individual strengths and creative thinking

Participants: 4 or more

Duration: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Difficulty: Hard

Materials: A piece of butcher paper for each team member, paint, brushes, water and newspaper

This team building activity appeals to us because it is creative, fun and allows everyone to express things they personally value. In return, it promotes trust and a sense of cohesion within teams.


  1. Give everyone the equipment that they need.

  2. Instruct them to create a storefront and in the storefront, they should draw things that represent them.

  3. The storefront should contain items that represent their positive aspects and skills.

  4. Once dried, turn the room into a ‘team mall’ by hanging all the pieces of paper on the walls.

  5. Get each team member to explain their stall and why they put what they put on it.

9. The Emotional Bus

The Emotional Bus

Objective: Learning to express emotions

Participants: 6 or more (in pairs)

Duration: 20 or more minutes

Difficulty: Hard

Materials: Two chairs and paper slips

This team building activity is one of our favourites because it promotes effective management of emotions; which research has shown to increase performance - especially in virtual teams.


  1. Before you start the game, write down different emotions on slips of paper.

  2. Invite the first pair up to select an emotion each (so two are selected). It is important that no other pair sees their emotion.

  3. Give the pair a scenario (e.g., they are waiting for the bus). The pair then has three minutes to act out a scene which must use the emotion they are given.

  4. The rest of the group must then guess what emotion each pair was acting out.

  5. Invite the next pair up and repeat.

10. What's Your Fortune?

What's Your Fortune

Objective: Giving your team a motivational boost

Participants: 4 or more

Duration: 20 to 30 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

Materials: Fortune cookies

Everyone loves to cook (well, most people do), so a nice activity for you to do is to bake some fortune cookies for all your team. To make it more beneficial, add writing to make the fortune cookies so that you can understand what your team members want. Alternatively, you can just buy fortune cookies or ask a local supplier to create them for you.

When possible, add your own fortune or goodwill quotes in the cookies. Here are some good examples:

  • "Together in work, united in purpose."

  • "Each task we do is a stitch in the fabric of our collective success."

  • "A helping hand at work lights the way for all."

  • "In the symphony of work, every role is vital."

  • "Lift as you climb, for teamwork makes the dream work."

  • "Work not just for the goal, but for the journey and the souls beside you."

  • "Your dedication today becomes our shared success tomorrow."

  • "Every challenge at work is a new story of collaboration waiting to unfold."

  • "The best projects are built with heartbeats, not just hands."

  • "In the tapestry of work, every thread matters. Thank you for being a vital part."

  • "The ripples of your hard work touch shores you might never see."

  • "Every hand at work weaves a tale of progress and partnership."

  • "Your passion and dedication light up our collective path."

  • "The best teams find joy in the journey, not just the destination."

  • "In the garden of achievement, it's teamwork that makes the dream flourish."

  • "Your efforts today shape our shared legacy tomorrow."

  • "Our daily grind becomes a dance when we move in harmony."

  • "Hard work plants seeds; goodwill nurtures them to blossom."

  • "Shared goals, shared dreams: here's to our unbeatable team."

  • "Your contribution is not just in tasks done but in spirits lifted."


  1. Find a cookie recipe online to complete this task.

  2. Add your own fortunes and positive affirmations in these cookies for the group to answer.

More Team Building Activities & Games

We're just getting started! Here are some more ideas you shouln't miss:

11. Raft Building

Raft Building

Teams are given basic materials (like barrels, ropes, and wooden planks) and are challenged to build a raft that can float and carry their team. This activity promotes problem-solving, collaboration, and creativity.

12. Tug-of-War


This is a classic game where two teams compete to pull a rope past a marker. This activity helps in fostering teamwork and physical strength.

13. Blindfolded Obstacle Course

Blindfolded Obstacle Course

In this outdoor team building activity, team members guide a blindfolded colleague through an obstacle course using only verbal instructions. This builds trust and effective communication.

14. Minefield


You create an area designated as the 'minefield' with various obstacles. Team members are blindfolded and must navigate through the minefield with the assistance of non-blindfolded teammates. This activity emphasizes trust, communication, and cooperation.

15. Rope Courses & Zip Lining

Rope Courses & Zip Lining

This activity involves adventure setups where participants navigate a series of physical challenges set up high in trees. This encourages team support,

trust, and conquering fears.

16. Human Knot

Human Knot

Everyone stands in a circle and reaches across to hold two different people’s hands. The group then tries to untangle themselves without letting go of hands. This promotes problem-solving and teamwork.

17. Capture the Flag

Capture the Flag

Two teams compete to capture the other's flag, usually hidden in their territory. This game fosters strategy, teamwork, and physical activity.

18. Sandbox Bridge Building

Sandbox Bridge Building

Teams use sandbox materials (like sand, pebbles, and twigs) to construct a bridge. The challenge can be to make the longest, most stable, or creative bridge. This encourages innovation, collaboration, and competition.

19. Survivor Challenge

Survivor Challenge

Teams are given a series of challenges that they need to solve to "survive" on an island (or a designated area). Tasks might include making shelter, finding food (via clues), and other survival tactics. This simulates problem-solving, cooperation, and strategic thinking.

20. Tower of Babel

Tower of Babel

Teams are tasked with building the tallest structure they can using a limited set of materials (like straws, paper, and tape). However, each team member is only allowed to communicate in a designated “language” (e.g., only using gestures, or only using certain words). This emphasizes the importance of clear communication and collaboration under constraints.

Other Fun Outdoor Team Building Activities to Try Out

The fun's just beginning! Here are more outoor team building ideas you don't want to miss

21. Outdoor Cooking Challenge

Objective: Enhance team bonding and resource management skills

Does your team love cooking? Why not do it outdoors? Break your team members into smaller groups and let them compete to create the best meal using a limited selection of ingredients. This activity combines creativity with culinary skills in a fun and competitive environment.


  • Provide each team with the same limited set of ingredients and basic cooking tools.
  • Assign each team a cooking station and a set time limit (e.g., 1 hour).
  • Teams prepare their dishes, which are then judged on taste, presentation, and creativity.

22. Nature Photo Scavenger Hunt

Objective: Promote teamwork and observational skills

Participants can explore the natural surroundings to find and photograph a list of items or scenes. We recommend this most for teams that have creatives, like designers, photographers, filmmakers, and so on.


  • Create a list of natural objects, animals, or scenes for teams to photograph.
  • Equip each team with a camera or smartphone.
  • Set a time limit and area boundary for the hunt. The team with the most items photographed wins.

23. Kayak Relay Races

Objective: Build coordination and physical endurance

Here's one we personally love. When you have access to Kayaks, let teams compete in relay races using kayaks and challenge their coordination and stamina in a dynamic water environment.


  • Equip each team with a kayak and safety gear.
  • Set up a marked course on a body of water.
  • Teams race in a relay format, with each member paddling a segment of the course.

24. Beach Volleyball Tournament

Objective: Enhance team spirit and physical fitness

Organize a beach volleyball tournament to promote healthy competition and physical activity among teams.


  • Set up a volleyball court on a beach or sand area.
  • Divide participants into teams.
  • Conduct a tournament with matches consisting of best-of-three sets.

25. Environmental Cleanup

Objective: Foster environmental responsibility and teamwork

Get your team to clean a designated outdoor area. We recommend doing it at the beach, at the park, or by the river. Work with local authorities or local environmental no-profits and governing bodies to get more direction and guidance.


  • Choose a local park, beach, or community area that needs cleaning.
  • Provide teams with gloves, trash bags, and other cleaning supplies.
  • Teams compete to collect the most trash within a set time limit.
  • These activities provide varied challenges that can help strengthen different aspects of teamwork, from creative problem solving to physical endurance and environmental stewardship.

26. Archery Tag

Objective: Improve strategic thinking and agility

Archery tag is a competitive game that combines the elements of dodgeball and archery. You'll need bows and foam-tipped arrows.


  • Provide each player with protective gear and a bow with foam-tipped arrows.
  • Set up barriers and bases in a designated area.
  • Teams attempt to "tag" opponents with arrows to score points, with the last team standing declared the winner.

27. Geocaching Adventure

Objective: Enhance problem-solving and navigation skills

A Geocaching adventure is a game wher teams use GPS devices to locate hidden caches containing small prizes or challenges across a large outdoor area.


  • Pre-place geocaches around the area with small prizes or challenge instructions.
  • Give each team a GPS device and clues to find the caches.
  • Teams race to find as many caches as possible within a time limit.

28. Outdoor Movie Night

Objective: Build team unity and relax together

Set up an outdoor cinema where teams can relax and enjoy a movie together. Encourage times of informal bonding and relaxation during the evening.


  • Set up a large screen and projection equipment in an outdoor setting.
  • Choose a movie that inspires discussion about teamwork or leadership.
  • Provide snacks and blankets for a comfortable viewing experience.

29. Tree Planting

Objective: Promote environmental awareness and collaboration

Encourage your team to work together to plant trees in a designated area. This is a great time to learn about the importance of sustainability. Participating in eco-friendly challenges can also be fulfiilling.


  • Partner with a local environmental organization to select a planting site.
  • Provide each team with saplings, shovels, and necessary planting tools.
  • Teams compete to plant the most trees correctly within a given time.

30. Frisbee Golf

Objective: Foster team spirit and precision

Teams navigate a course throwing a frisbee towards targeted zones. Frisbee Gold tends to improve strategy with physical skill.


  • Set up a frisbee golf course with various targets.
  • Teams take turns throwing a frisbee towards the targets from designated tee areas.
  • Score points based on the number of throws to hit each target, with the lowest score winning.

31. Orienteering

Objective: Enhance navigation skills and strategic planning

Orienteering is an activity where teams use a map and compass to find specified locations within a park or forest. This can be another avenue to develop teamwork.


  • Provide maps and compasses to each team.
  • Set checkpoints throughout the area with clues or tasks.
  • Teams navigate to each checkpoint, the fastest team to complete the course wins.

32. Build-a-Boat Challenge

Objective: Foster creativity and engineering skills

Challenge your teams to construct boats from provided materials and then race them in water. This is a great activity for testing their design and teamwork.


  • Supply materials like plastic barrels, rope, and plywood.
  • Teams build a boat capable of holding at least one team member.
  • Race the boats in a nearby body of water to see which is the most seaworthy.

33. Outdoor Yoga Session

Objective: Promote wellness and stress relief

Try having a group yoga session in a serene outdoor setting to improve physical health and mental well-being.


  • Hire a yoga instructor familiar with leading large groups.
  • Provide yoga mats and select a peaceful outdoor location.
  • Conduct a session suitable for all levels, focusing on relaxation and mindfulness exercises.

34. Historical Walking Tour

Objective: Enhance team learning and appreciation for local culture

During historical walking tours, teams can visit historical site while also solving puzzles or playing trivia games and quizzes related to each location.


  • Plan a route that includes various historical sites.
  • Provide teams with information and questions about each site.
  • Teams collect points based on correct answers, with a prize for the highest score.

35. Flash Mob Dance

Objective: Boost team spirit and creativity

You can also get your team to learn a dance routine and perform it in a public space. These events can enhance unity and team spirit. It's a great avenue to build self-confidence too.


  • Choreograph a simple dance routine.
  • Teach the routine to team members during practice sessions.
  • Perform the routine in a public area, surprising and entertaining spectators.

36. Survival Skills Workshop

Objective: Develop problem-solving skills and resilience

Have your teams learn essential survival skills and apply them to complete challenges. Try to keep it light and safe! No need to go full-on "Survivor" mode.


  • Provide basic training in survival skills such as fire-starting, shelter-building, and water purification.
  • Set up survival scenarios that teams must solve using their new skills.
  • Evaluate teams based on how effectively they apply the skills to the scenarios.

37. Obstacle Course Setup

Objective: Encourage physical fitness and strategic thinking

Have your team design and navigate through an obstacle course. Obstacles can provide a place to exercise one's physical strength and teamwork.


  • Provide materials and space for teams to construct their obstacle course.
  • Allow time for each team to design and set up their section of the course.
  • Teams compete to complete the course in the shortest time.

38. Kite Building and Flying

Objective: Foster creativity and physical coordination

Teams build and then fly kites. These activites can combine design skills with the physical challenge of kite flying.


  • Provide materials for kite building (fabric, sticks, string, etc.).
  • Guide teams through the process of constructing their kites.
  • Hold a competition to see whose kite can fly the longest or perform the best tricks.

39. Star Gazing Night

Objective: Educate about astronomy and enhance team relaxation

Taking some time outside to spend an educational and relaxing night under the stars can be fun and insightful. It can also become an avenue for meaningful and unstructured conversations.


  • Select a clear night and a location away from city lights.
  • Bring telescopes and have an astronomer guide the viewing.
  • Discuss the constellations and stories behind them, fostering a sense of wonder and relaxation.

40. High Ropes Course

Objective: Build confidence and trust among team members

A challenging high ropes course that requires teams to overcome obstacles while suspended above the ground.


  • Ensure all participants have safety gear and proper instruction.
  • Teams help each other navigate through various high-element challenges.
  • Focus on building trust and teamwork as members encourage and assist each other throughout the course.

How to Plan Memorable and Engaging Outdoor Team Building Activities and Events

Planning effective outdoor team building activities can be a great way to enhance cooperation and camaraderie among team members. Here are some tips to help you plan better outdoor team building activities:

1. Understand Your Goals and Team

Before planning any activities, clearly define what you want to achieve. Whether it's improving communication, boosting morale, or simply having fun, your activities should align with these goals.

Consider the demographics of your team—ages, physical abilities, and interests. This will help ensure that the activities are inclusive and enjoyable for everyone.

2. Choose the Right Location

Select a venue that supports your activities. Whether it’s a park, a recreational field, or a specialized outdoor facility, make sure it’s accessible to all team members and suitable for the planned activities.

Include a mix of physical activities, problem-solving tasks, and perhaps creative challenges to cater to different strengths and interests. Examples include scavenger hunts, relay races, or building projects.

3. Keep Safety in Mind

Ensure that all activities are safe and that everyone is briefed on any potential risks. Have a first aid kit available and consider the weather conditions—provide sunscreen and water on hot days or appropriate clothing for colder weather.

4. Encourage Participation, Not Competition

Focus on activities that require collaboration for success rather than those that highlight individual performance. This promotes a more inclusive atmosphere and prevents any feelings of exclusion or inadequacy.

As a leader, guide the activities and help steer the group towards the objectives, but let the team members take the initiative. This will help them feel more engaged and invested in the outcome.

5. Feed Your Team!

Outdoor activities can be physically demanding. That calls for food! Provide snacks and hydration to keep energy levels up. This is also a good opportunity for informal socializing, which can further strengthen team bonds.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are these team-building activities safe?

Yes! But anything can come at a risk, be careful and if certain people don't want to participate it's okay. We suggest voting on which activity you do as a group, so everyone has a say in it.

Do you have any indoor team building activities?

Absolutely we do! Our list of indoor team building activities will have you and your team laughing and motivated.


And there you have it. Those are our favourite outdoor team building activities. We hope you've liked our list and that you find some games and activities to try out for your outdoor team building day.

Are you planning an indoor team building activity? Maybe this list of indoor team building activities will suit your event well. Remote teams can also check out these virtual team building activities.

All the best, and keep team building!

Heather Harper

Article by

Heather Harper

Heather Harper has a Masters in Occupational Psychological from the University of Manchester. She currently works as an editorial writer specialising in organizational psychology - helping teams work better together.

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