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Hey guys!!
Plz help me with this one..could u guys plz suggest some easy and interesting one minute games and team building activities that can be organised in the office premises..
We hv toconduct these games for all the employees for half an hour.. we can either select a few employees for each game or have the whole group play the game.. plz respond fast its very urgent!![/list]

From India, Bangalore
Hi Shweta,
You could organise a game play within a group of 5-6 people where in they have to build a lego (blocks) project (FYI Lego kits are available at toy shops).
You could divide the team in groups and assign the same project to all the groups. The group which builds the project first accurately and appropriately wins and then you can debrief using the following questions:
1. (For the group which did not complete the project) - What is it that did not let you complete the project?
2. What was it that the winning team did it differently to accomplish the task?
so on and so forth..
You are looking at the replies like:
Delegation of responsibility
Effective communication
If you want more info or resource on the same, Kindly mail me on and I would be able to device something for your requirement.

From India, Mumbai
sweta go to google and search for team building activities i have just searched and found good websites with activities in detail hope this works naishadh

check this out
with regards

From India, Madras
Gaavan valon, Yeh lo....Games ka bhandar.... The encyclopedia of Games..The Games Book. Hope this helps every one Vinod Vijapur
From India, Mumbai

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Hi friend,

I have 2 interesting team games that can be organized with the office premises with easily available props:

1: Tower game- Focus on team communication, delegation, planning & execution conflicts among team members

Requirements: 2 or more teams with min 5 & max 8 participants, unlimited newspapers, tape & scissors.

Duration: 15mins

Instructions to be given to participants: Each team has to discuss among themself & build the tallest & steady/stable tower with the help of newspaper & tape within 15mins.

Winner is he who has built the tallest & stable atleast for 1-2mins.

Trainer/observer: Note how the teams communicate who emerges as a leader, facilitors, roadblockers etc...what happened at the time of execution after planning etc. & give a feedback to the participants.

2: Paper-clip race: Team work without communication

duration: 1min

Requirement: 2 to more teams min 8 max 10 participants, u pins or paper clips 2 for each participants (ensure the 2 clips are not interlocked)

Instructions: Give each participants 2 clips each. The team is supposed to connect or interlock all clips within 1min without any verbal communication. Give them 1 min to discuss the strategy pls observe that participants do not interlock the clips in this time period. Eg: 8 members * 2clips each i.e all 16 clips should be interlocked forming a circle.

Winner: the team that can interlock all the clips within 1 mins

Observer: Note how difficult it is when a task is to be executed without communication. discuss wat problems the team faced to complete the task

I hope this helps you...awaiting ur reply.



From United States
thank you Meghana I will use the first Tower Game. I can imagine that the second one is rather easy. I will communicate back the results after implementation. Regards Habib

Puzzles 10 20 .... pieces one arwe good fun and lots of learning
Pick up two or three different puzzles mix up all pices- make groups and ask them to sort and assemble
many obseravtion can come up - you may like to consider it is not the game but observations and interpretations matter lot
V S Sudhaker

From India, Bangalore
Dear Swetha,
1.Make of group of 2 ( should not be friends) and ask them to introduce themselves to each others and discuss some commonalities and try to understand each other.
2.Ice breaker game.
John N

From India, Madras
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