From "smoronikatripathy" : Dear Team,
Greetings for the day...
On the eve of new year our office team is going for a outing for 2 days.
So an you please suggest me some events or games to make all team comfortable and enjoy the trip.
Hope to get a earliest response.
Thank you
Smoronika
16th December 2009 From India, Vijayawada

shilpakulkarni27
Dear All, I want to know any tips to keep the office environment intersting. If u practice any of such things in ur office plz share. Thank you shilpa
16th December 2009 From India, Pune
Vishal Admin
Ms. Smoronika, for you.. Vishal 09825224504
17th December 2009 From India, Vadodara
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ashlesha.dere@yahoo.co.in 19
Hey All,
I am an HR (Company located in Mumbai) and this is the first time I would be organising a one day picnic for my colleagues. We want it to be adventurous, hence we are cutting down on the option of water parks. There is no problem of transport, hence we are open to going out of Mumbai too. Wanting to spend more of time together at the place and less on travelling, could you pls suggest some places and events for the same.
Our strength is small and the ratio of girls is very less. I received a tremendous response when we celebrated Diwali at work. Being the only person in HR, I want this too, to be a remembrance. This is the first time all would be going out together as a team.
Need your valuable advice.
Regards,
Ashlesha
17th December 2009 From India, Mumbai
greatmanish
dear shilpa
you can try some team engagement activities like celebrating b'day for team members, taking the team out for dinner / lunch / movie / amusement park (may be on contribution basis). u can also hv monthly communication meeting with small get together.
regards
manish

18th December 2009 From India, New Delhi
yellow box 4
Hello ,
We can make your picnic into an adventurous as well as a fun learning experience, the different activities that we conduct will further enhance your position among your colleagues as this will be an outbound fun as well as learning experience for you as well as your colleagues. Kindly call me as there is more to discuss.awaiting your call.Please see attached our brochure.
18th December 2009 From India, Pune
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smoronikatripathy 1
Hi Friends, Thanks for the valuable suggestion. I really appreciate you all for spending your valuable times on suggesting me for our company outing. Thanks a million Smoronika
18th December 2009 From India, Vijayawada
arvindraikar 1
Simples games:
purpose : To get every one together.
Nature : Team game
Material required : Peanuts and Straw. Bowels One big and then other two or three bowel depending on the number of teams.
How to play the game :
have three players from every team come to a table where you keep a big bowel of Peanuts. Give the players a straw each and tell them that they are to get the peanuts with the straw from the bigbowel and put it in another bowel provided. No touching of peanuts with the hands. Only three mintues given.
The team which collecst the maximum peanuts is the winner. By the way one bowel and 3 people from each team (get only two teams at a time per table)
Have fun. This game won me a prize during my Strategic meets.
18th December 2009 From India, Bangalore
ajithkumarc
Cool vishal.I too loved it. (Life Arts Trainer) at http://www.lifeartstrainer.blogspot.com
20th December 2009 From India, Bangalore
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