tusha05
I would like to know what kind of fun games can be played in an organization which can increase employee morale and team work.
From India, Ghaziabad
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Tusha05
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Dgshah
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Santy1970
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santy1970
3

HI,

I would like to suggest you a game, which is primarily on team building, called the HELIUM STICK.

I have played this many times and have enjoyed it.

it goes like this:

Overview: The helium pole is an indoor team building game which defies the laws of gravity and takes an incredible amount of well coordinated teamwork to be successful.

make two rows of people facing each other with their hands extended forward, index finger pointed. on this finger all the members have to balance a stick. REMEMBER , THE STICK SHOULD BE ALWAYS IN CONTACT WITH THE FINGER; but should bot be pulled or pushed down.

The basic idea is simple - lower a slim, wooden stick to the ground all together as a team. However, the stick rises into the air instead of lowering to the ground. How can that be?

The team must work it out and find the solution. Most teams get it, but only after several starts and restarts.

Business application: This mirrors the business dynamic of projects starting out well, but quickly going awry. Why is that? Sometimes the best laid plans just don't work out.

What you do as a team when plans go awry has everything to do with team work, trust and communication.

Teams come away from this activity with a deeper understanding of how they work best together.

check it out and let me know if u liked it.........

santosh

From India, Mumbai
Manju27
2

Hi,
You can also play:
1.Tailing the Monkey: Here you have to draw a Monkey without a Tail and should tie a cloth around the employees' eyes and ask them to tail it. It needs lot of team work. The Opponent team can yell and give wrong directions to deviate the concentration of the employee who is attempting to tail the monkey.
2. Memory Game: Assort as many tiny articles like pen, key chain, erasers, etc and place them in a plate and ask the employee to come and view the art icles for 1/2 minute and then ask them memorize them and reproduce on a piece of paper. Remember the articles should a minimum of 30-40. The person with highest accuracy will be the winner..
I hope it will help you to some extent..
Regards,
Manju :)

From India, Hyderabad
dgshah
7

Hello Tusha,
Recently we have shown a movie - "Chuk-de -India" to the group of trainees upon the completion of their regular session and asked them to note their observations and discussed the same on next day morning.
It was fun n learning to-gether. but requires little extra time and inclination of all.
do share with me some more ideas if u come accross.
Thanks
Divyang

From India, Vadodara
Roshni R
158

Hello please find the attached .....hope it helps you
From India, Mumbai

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ashwin_v_kumar
Hi
Im working in the HR of a leading eCommerce company in India, and the employees here basically belong to the age group 25- 35
I am planning to conduct employee engagement activities (fun activities) to the employees on a monthly basis
I went through the ideas but with all due respect, they some how did not fit for replicating them in my company.
Would request to provide some more fresh ideas.
Would be of immense help
Thanks in advance

From India, Bangalore
santoshkumar@kyrus
loved tailing the monkey and memory game... didnot undestood abt the helium pole
From India, Sakleshpur

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