Need new ideas? This exercise appeals to the creative types and others who prefer tactile and visual learning.
Break your teams down into two or three large groups. Two individuals move to the front of the room near the whiteboard, while the other team members stand across from them on the other side of the room.
One individual for each team is blindfolded and handed a marker. They are the "drawers." Then one group member per team, not blindfolded, stands behind their drawer--not looking at the board. They are the "informants." The informants are provided with an image by the facilitator that they then describe, without naming it, to the drawer, who then draws the image.
Team members guess what the image is. The first team to guess correctly wins a point. This activity increases trust, cohesion, and teamwork while creating some fun, childlike nostalgia.