June Kenny
1

Hi Everyone,
I would like to know some simple group games which will help to open up minds in a team, to bring out leadership qualities and also improve interpersonal relations within a group. We seem to have such games only during training programs and I want it to part of other fun events organised in the office.
Can someone please help me with inputs???
June

From India, Bellary
PROFESSIONALS AND BUSINESSES PARTICIPATING IN DISCUSSION
Rahul_8582
Human Resources
Sunayna
Handwriting Analysis, Employee Relations,
Tina.K
Psychometric Analyst & Trainer
Umalme
Business Consultancy
Tbmapua
Director/consultant Hrm-od
June Kenny
Hr Executive

sunayna
12

i have one.... ask 6-8 employees to make a circle.and a baloon between them the objective is to try keeping the baloon inside with very little body movement :) good for teamwork and its really fun
From India, Mumbai
umalme
11

:( i don’t see much grp activity and fun either . ya if groups children r there then it would ? :lol:
From India, Delhi
June Kenny
1

Hi Sunayna, Anymore games that you have played in your organisation that you can share with all of us which can help build teamwork ? June
From India, Bellary
Tina.K
12

Hi

I guess this will be sure helpful in teambuliding training programe.

Team-building ice breakers are used to bring together individuals who are in the early stages of team building. This can help the people start working together more cohesively towards shared goals or plans.

The Human Web: This ice breaker focuses on how people in the group inter-relate and depend on each other.

The facilitator begins with a ball of yarn. Keeping one end, pass the ball to one of the participants, and the person to introduce him- or her-self and their role in the organization. Once this person has made their introduction, ask him or her to pass the ball of yarn on to another person in the group. The person handing over the ball must describe how he/she relates (or expects to relate) to the other person. The process continues until everyone is introduced.

To emphasis the interdependencies amongst the team, the facilitator then pulls on the starting thread and everyone's hand should move.

Tina :)

Psychologist

From India, Mumbai
rahul_8582
51

Hi June, May be this will help you out Regards, Rahul S
From India, Gandhinagar

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tbmapua
3

Dear Rahul, Thank you for sharing some of your team building activities. It will surely help every facilitator in conducting team/group activities. Best regards, Thessa
From Philippines
syboriba
10

Hello, Hi,
All the team-building activities described by Rahul are good and easy to apply. I recommend them for any group of people working towards a common goal.
June, thank you for providing the subject for discussion.
Rahul, thank you for providing several games/activities for team-building.

From Ghana

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