Looks like some one has been working real hard :icon7:
Group Juggle – I have tried this game and we didn’t use real ball, instead we used an imaginary ball. First round is introductory round where one will introduce him / herself and also say also what their passion is.
In the second round you have to throw the imaginary ball after repeating their name and passion. This actually worked out really well as human brain works well with association and it becomes easy to remember names. (Passion is a variable and can be change to favorite hero / heroine based on gender and age group)
Wind in the Willows (NP) – This is a fantastic game for team building and if done outdoor it’s very effective
Blind Walk – Excellent program for those who are in the making of future leaders.
Zoom and re zoom – I tried but didn’t come out well.
Two Truths and a lie – This can be a fantastic ice breaker. Hey, I am just thinking aloud, "Can it be used for body language in communication skills program? Gosh it can be". Tnx for the tip.
Desert Survival - I use this as a part of the team building exercise and try to bring out the Tuckman’s four stages in team formation.
Minefield – This I felt is more suitable for leadership training and for associates who fall under 10yrs of exp.
Stick – This is a good one. Have you tried this in any of your programs? How was the outcome?
Others sounds great. I am just waiting try out Gotchya and Two Truths and a lie in my programs.:icon10:
I am working on a cross cultural project. If you have something on this let me know. :confused:
20th May 2009 From India
26th May 2009 From India, Mumbai
glad to see the replies and conversation here, m a new comer in HR field, earliar i was working with huge HR team so i just didn't feel so responsible, but now m in an organization where m the only one HR.........so for sure gonna need ur help in future.........
NIDHI.....its a very helpful material for me to show intiatives while being a new HR to the company... :)
15th July 2009 From India, Chandigarh
Love this stuff - I am a "game-oholic" - very generous of you to post all this stuff! I have just joined and am going to dump a heap of my stuff on here as well - contrary to the hard core competitive agenda the more we share the better it gets! warmly john
28th September 2009 From South Africa, Johannesburg
we are also interested for some gaming site pl let me know the website for that to download. I am presently running a web portal Cities in India Cities of India Cities Bazar Online Advertisements Franchisee Association - E-Mailing Service
G K Barwa
13th November 2009 From India, Bhopal
It is a great collection of games, will surely some with you if I find something more interesting.
Thanks for Sharing,
I have gather some of the team building games as well as motivational games for the employees to boost their spirit and their enthusiasm up in this high professional life.
Some that indoor and only few are outdoor for fun sake when there is party organized so any one organize these games. hope any one who looks at it like them.
Nidhi ( Hr Executive)[/QUOTE]
23rd March 2010 From India, Mumbai
i'm looking for some in door management games that comes with lesson learnt such as planning, coordination, communication, leadership, truct etc.
got a few tested recently and it was really worked!!
1- string (different length) tied to a marker pen and insert into a bottle.
2 - move different size of balls (big/med/small) from 1 location to another location by using strings and no voice!
so i'm compiling other suitable indoor management games for my next event. shall we get the ball rolling...! sharing is caring ..!
24th March 2010 From Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur