I am recently joined a Software Development startup Company with less no. of headcounts.
I want to involve my team in engagement & team coordination building activities which can be arrange easily.
I want Suggestion on the same, as the total head count is 10.
Presently we are doing below mentioned activities :
Birthday Celebrations
Festival Celebrations
Learning & Development (on new skills mentoring them )
Team Outing - Quaterly.
Thanks & Regards,
Yashoda Bisht

From India, Gurgaon

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Hi Yashoda,
In addition to the said, it is sure to encourage the bonding if you consider these as well, if possible-
1. Make it a routine to share the lunch and snacks on a single table and discuss matters, informally;
2. Make it a habit, also to visit events/occasions in their homes, like BD of spouse/children, marriage of siblings, exchange gifts to suit the occasions, could be a surprise visit;
3. Assist/lend a helping hand in their troubled situations, should be timely, may be their family feuds, if not mistaken;
4. Organise tickets to movies or cricket matches/other sports of their liking;
5. Liberalize leave/loan sanctions, use of vehicles for personal needs;
6. Incentives achievements & innovative ideas, winning new customers;
7. Issue food coupons, could help purchase of groceries;
8. Organise free to mix & use-hot,tea/coffee,milk, sandwiches, salad, ice creams in work places;
9. Organise pick up/drop, door to door, if not done already;
10.Inculcate a work culture of 'one for all & all for one'; share the work and see that work accomplished by a team so that credits also shared, not compromising the individuals' skills & know how;
11. Supply logo printed uniform/tee shirt, quality trousers, backbag, stationery etc. & ... add on...

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