Hello All, Looking for some innovative games ideas which i can conduct for the team of 30- 40 employees during an outing (like lunch or dinner) which will not only motivates the employees but push them internally to initiate in the activities. The duration the games should be between 10- 15 minutes only. Easy to do with less material required. Kindly help. Waiting for your reply.

From India, New Delhi
Good Noon Meenakshi,
you can go with collagemaking or poster presentation..
Divide your employees into teams (in a convenient number)..Now just give a chart to each team and also 3 news papers(different for each team)..give them a situation or a topic and Ask them to cut the pics in the news paper that are relevant to it..Now they have to paste those pics on the chart and once they are finished they need to explain about the presentation about their work..
Eg: say that each team is a owning a company and ask them to cut those pics from the newspaper which ever they feel relevant to their company's products..ask them to name their company and also to add a tag line to it...
Things needed:
No.of charts depends on the number of teams...same is applied for with gums,blades and news papers..

From India, Hyderabad

Search this, some of these might be of interest to you. (Credit goes to the sites)

i Jaya, Pls search my post by name "Fun at work-A new management mantra", you wud be getting good ideas...

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Office Holiday Party Games

Office Holiday Party Games -

Office holiday party games are a great way to bring coworkers together for a little fun and relaxation. Break away from the normal workplace atmosphere at your next get together with these office holiday party game ideas. Your boss will thank you!

Here’s a list of holiday office party games to try:

Funny Employee Awards: Recognize your coworkers for their achievements this year—sincere or silly! Was there one person who always made the coffee in the morning or who used up all the printer paper every time? Create certificates to present during a mini ceremony and present each person with a funny gag gift to commemorate the award. You can also ask other coworkers for nominations or suggestions if you’re having trouble coming up with ideas for each person.

Secret Santa: If you’re looking for office Christmas party games, this is a classic. Draw names a week or two before your party and set a schedule for Secret Santa. For example, on Monday each person can give a Christmas card to their recipient. The next day, have coworkers bring in an edible treat, and on Wednesday have them drop a clue about their identity. Thursday can be a useful object for their desk and Friday can be the final gift. Set a limit on spending if you wish. Here are some additional Secret Santa suggestions.

Trivia: Test your knowledge about your coworkers’ unique habits, interests, and quirks. You can break into teams for a trivia competition or use one of the following versions of these holiday games for the office. Set up a scavenger hunt where each person has a checklist of different traits (such as “more than 3 siblings” or “born in another country”) that they must find another coworker to fulfill. Another option is to simply share as a group “two truths and a lie” and have others guess which items are true and which is false. You may be surprised by what you find out!

When selecting holiday party games for office celebrations, keep them appropriate and lighthearted. You deserve some time off from your job, but nobody wants to be too embarrassed to show up the next day. Instead, find company holiday party games that can be enjoyable and memorable for everyone.


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From India, Bangalore
Dear Meenakshi,
You can give them a word " BRICK" & ask them to write innovative used for the first five minutes on indviduial basis.
The next five or ten as a group of 08 members each . The ideas from 23 will shoot up to 77 -80.
You can them expaling them the power of brainstroming in Team Work & also give some prizes to the team with maximum innovative uses of BRICK.
This exercise was taught to us by our Guru- Late Dr. Rooshi kumar Pandya .
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From India
Hello Meenakshi,
While the ideas suggested here are also relevant, you can try these simple games also which does not need much of the material.
1. Prepare chits with each employee name and put in a glass bowl. Pick up each chit and call respective employee to present something of his interest or expertise. May be song, dance, short lecture, jokes, dramma and so on.
2. Prepare chits with few interesting topics to talk upon like my biggest achievement, my favourite movie, political leader, my goal in life, something I like most in this company added with some funny topics. Everyone will pick a chit and talk about it for 5 mins.
Both these activities will ensure everyone's participation and enjoyed by all.
Hope this helps.
Vaishalee Parkhi

From India, Pune

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