Jeroo Chandiok
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Hello every body out there,
We are a consultancy firm having employee strength of 20 actually I am looking for some interactive session for our employees which is to be conducted on every saturday, to make them feel relax and enjoy the moment.
Do any body having any innovative ideas which can be implemented.....???
Regards,
Khushboo

From India, Calcutta
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Evey week You can ask one of them to prepare topic's in HR ANYTHING RELATED TO hr Could be recruitment, PA...... or other new changes happening in HR industry........there are many topic.........they can make a PPT, can share Mangement stories followed by team games etcccccccc
This will help your team to get break from wat r they doing,,,, they will come across various other aspect of HR apart from Recruitment, it will make them aware about was going around, moreover they CONFIDENT will grow they will comfortable to talk to crowd......
I hope this will be helpful.
Regards
Deepa

From India, Mumbai
Well Deepa thanks for the suggestion but as we are software consultant do u think its possible for the employees to execute such kind of task coz most of them are developers so u can imagine the work pressure...
It would be kind if you can suggest me something which is feasible and can be done from our side rather than asking from them........
like quizzing,puzzling etc.

From India, Calcutta
Hi,
My suggestion would be as follow:
1) Movie Day (management movies)
2) Health Promotion day (e.g. Hand Protection Day, Health Screening, Health talk, Group Aerobic, health games like Hoo-La-Hoop, Built Cleen of Health, Push Up, Sit Up and etc)
3) Bowling Friendly Match
How its useful.
Thanks.

From Singapore
Hi Bavna,
As requested. I got it from one of our forum friends reply:
1) Customer Service: Remember me, Give em a pickle
2) Team work: Remember the Titans ( movie)
3) Interviewing: More than a gut feeling
4) Negotiation/Leadership: 12 angry men, Lance Armstrong
5) Motivation: Pygmalion Effect, Miracle man
Thanks.

From Singapore
Hi Bhavna,
Guru -by Mani Ratnam .I think its one of the best movie directed by mani Ratnam Full of class,highly motivational & inspirational scene surely the one to be watch out for especially for managment people.

From India, Calcutta
If they are stressed out, then initially, make them pick out pieces of paper from a bowl; three papers will have crosses on them; those that picked the crosses must, one by one, relate in detail the most satisfying day of their lives. This will bring back their best memories, and revive and strengthen them. The next week, make the remainder of the group pick out the crosses/blanks. This way everybody will get a chance. Also, those who listen, will themselves feel happier and more content.
Try this out. The rest of the day, play some non-management games to take their minds off work and relax them.
Hope this works.
Jeroo

From India, Mumbai
We tried a novel 'Office health program" it was very useful and fun
check out

From India, Madras
Hi Khushboo,
I'm Anjoo Chandiramani belonging to Health Education Library for People (HELP), CST, Mumbai. We have recently offered Corporate Membership Package to a major financial company. The package includes a library membership to the world's largest free health education library www.healthlibrary.com , which includes, besides book lending, daily health tips sent to all employees thru their HR dept on the company's intranet; we also answer health related queries of employees.
We organise HELP Talks which include interactive talks/yoga workshops by eminent persons at a small charge.
In case you are interested in engaging your employees in any such activities, please contact me on email:
Our phone nos. are 022-65952393 and 65952394.
Anjoo Chandiramani
Health Education Library for People
206,
National Insurance Building,
Near New Excelsior Theatre,
Fort, Mumbai 400 001.

From India, Mumbai
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