Employee Engagement Activities [Thread 467776] - CiteHR
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i want to know the types of activities involved in employee engagement please provide me a list of activities so that i can apply in my orgganisation
At KOOH Sports, we offer an array of tailor made games which are inspired from German Telematches and UK's- It's a Knockout. It's a Knockout, a British comedy game show broadcasted on BBC between 1960 1990 featured teams representing a town or city competing tasks in absurd games, generally dressed in large foam rubber suits. Games are played against the clock, or as a race. KOOH Sports has tied up with Off-limits Corporate Events Ltd, which entitles the company with the exclusive license to run these (Its a Knockout- format) games in India.

These games offer a unique platform for corporates to engage their clients, employees and partners. The event can also act as an activation tool during product and brand launches. The fun and thrill element of these games attracts mass participation and offers a good recall value owing to its unique/fun approach.

KOOH Sports offers a fresh platform for Team Building, Employee engagement, and corporate networking via sports and fun activity. KOOH games can add incredible significance in terms of team ability and managerial strength, along with the other explicit behavioral progress, as quoted by one of our clients.

Some of the renowned companies we have catered to are names like- TCS, Glenmark, Edelweiss, HDFC, Wockhardt, Colgate, IFL, EXL, Ernst & Young, Kotak, Tranquill World, Mahindra & Mahindra, HP, DHL, Birla Sun Life Insurance and many more.

Chandrakant H Sidhpura

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The only activities with a long term positive influence on employee engagement is when management listens to their concerns and responds to those concerns to the satisfaction or better of the employee.
Best regards, Ben Simonton
Leadership is a science and so is engagement

Dear Suman,
keep it simple
have a board where you put poem ,painting of kids of employee
best employee of the week
painting competition on theme every month
training on various safety security hr field every month
celebration of 26th Jan, 15th aug, environment day, safety day, etc.
slogan competition
out door training every year for all employees
sports activity in org with yearly competition within groups, dept, houses etc.
cultural pgme on regular basis
foundation day of org
many more just do it with small activity.
regards,
Capt Rajeshwar Singh

Some really useful info by Capt. Trajeshwar Singh. Days like 26 Jan, 15 Aug, Diwali...etc give us an opportunity to break the monotony and engage employees in the meaningful way. Besides, companies can think of innovative ideas to bring in the fun element...for example they could easily do tug of war among departments or invite a celebrity to talk to the employees. There are tons of ways but all you need is budget and right intentions :)
you can do activities like birthday celebration , company day , sports day , family day , magazines / newsletter, quiz, games etc to bring people together . Try to keep them cross functional.
You can also do skip level meeting ask each employee about their concerns prepare minutes and then try to resole these problems .
Real engagement comes when there is transparency and employees feel they are valued , their appraisals are fair and they are listened. They get career progression .

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