If you don’t wear green on St. Patrick’s Day you might get pinched. Although pinching is not appropriate in workplace environments, this team building activity is… and it will spark some joy on your team too.
Pinching isn’t the only thing associated with St. Patrick’s Day; so are four-leaf clovers. I’ve also considered four-leaf clovers to be lucky but I recently heard that the leaves of four-leaf clovers stand for faith, hope, love, and luck.
Each person on your team brings unique and special gifts with them. In this St. Patrick’s Day team building activity, you will honor each person and let them know why you feel “lucky” to have them on your team.
This exercise can be done from the leader to their direct reports, or the team can all give each other clovers of praise.
Below is a clover I gave to my amazing Executive Assistant, Camille.
About the Author: Leigh Ann Rodgers, Founder of Better Teams and Forward, is an IAF Certified Professional Facilitator with 20 years of experience in the human development field. Leigh Ann is a skilled meeting facilitator, trainer, and coach working across the globe to help leaders cultivate teams that are happy and high-performing.
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