How to boost team well-being through physical and social activity
- Divide your people into equal teams; 4-5 per team is ideal.
- Each team needs a name and a captain. The captain enters each group member’s daily step count into the tracking spreadsheet.
- For each working day of the challenge, participants record their steps and score points for their team as follows: 5000+ = 1pt, 8000+ = 2pts, 10000+ = 3pts.
- Each week the Step Leader sets a photo challenge for teams to earn five bonus points – these challenges are designed to drive social connection and all team members must complete the challenge to earn the bonus points. Some examples of photo challenges include:
- Post a photo of your most prized household possession
- Post a photo of your most Masterchef-like meal this week
- Post a family photo doing what you do best outside the home
- To encourage more stepping, the Step Leader can also create other bonus challenges for points at their discretion e.g.
- Head-to-head battles where team members are ranked according to their steps and battle teammates of the equivalent rank from other teams
- Dance-offs where teams go head-to-head ‘dancing’ to a song. The team with the most steps at the end of the song wins the bonus points
- At the end of the challenge, organise a celebration to announce the winning team. You may want to give special awards to the most consistent stepper or the highest stepper.
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