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Thread Started by #medha.gupta

Hello everyone,
We are planning to organise "Sports Day" in our organisation. Thought of dividing the whole bunch of employees into 4 teams / house.
Please suggest some WACKY names.
Help me out by knowing how you organised it !!
With warm regards,
Medha
20th August 2008 From India, Mumbai
We are a Technology based org. and the core group is called as SPICE.. "Software & Processes Integrated Cultural Extavaganza" and houses with PEPPER, GINGER, SAFFRON & CHILLY
21st August 2008 From India, Kollam
best games are badminton,cricket(20-20). this wil help in team building and require less members like 5 members in a team.
27th August 2008 From India
Thankyou so much... I ws having a feeling that the employees shud b able to connect with their Team names... so how about names of forts of Shivaji... ( I work in mumbai) Please contribute...
5th September 2008 From India, Mumbai
HI Medha,

How many employees do you have ? R u going to have Indoor or Out door games. If out door then you can hire good play ground and have Athletics ( 50 mt, 100 mt, sack race, even 400 mts)for both men and women, Cricket, Football for men , some team games for women such as hand ball so. You can hire the Umpires from the ground it self, they will help administering the games. You can do the following to organised a good Sports Day.

1. Book a good Sports Ground
2.Decide on the events individual , and teams yu want to organised.
3.Make Teams
4.Give diffirent t-T-shirts or Caps for identification of teams
5.Select a Caption and Vice Caption from each team.
6.Have a meeting with all Captions and Vice Captions and give them the list of events, rules for each event etc,
7. Take the participants name for each event , take care that there is no repeat participant .( most of your employees should participate in the atleast one of the event)
8.Announce the schedule of events atleast three days in advance and put it on the notice board.
9.Make arrangements for Umpires or refrees either internally or externally ( if ground provides well & good). If it is External the results will be impartial and your all employees can take part in event.
10.Give good prizes such as Medals for individual events and Cups for team event. Make a point system for each event, and the team who scores maximum points can get a Shield.
11. keep some light snacks and lot of water.

One thing is sure it takes a lot of commitment and efforts from the organisers, but its worth doing.

I hope it will give you some idea. If any qurey do get back to me.

Cheers,

Harshad
6th September 2008 From India, Mumbai
Hi Medha,
We are a HR solutons company. We do Staffing,Training,Events,Reference Mgt and Branding.
We have experience in conducting sports events for our clients.
If you want to take our services, Do get in touch with us. Thanks.
Jonathan Nicholas
Jon & Chris Consulting
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10th September 2008 From India, Bangalore
Hi All,
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29th October 2008 From India, Mumbai
Hello everyone !!!! Please help out ya !!! Tax your brains a little bit !! Not even a single reply .... With wishes, MEdha
29th October 2008 From India, Mumbai
Me too fixed in the same prob...Seems no one is getting anything better after the 20 - 20 match fixation.. Some one please come out with some thing funky.....
29th October 2008 From India, Hyderabad
I had rolled out a team concept fr sports day at my organisation. If u need it, gimme ur mail id. I ll send it to u Regrds, Medha
29th October 2008 From India, Mumbai
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