It’s Time to Shoot a Friday Game Day Mail to The Employees to Make the Workplace Fun & Cheerful, Don’t Worry We Have the Games Planned Out!
Dear corporate buddies, we know how sometimes it gets dull for you to sit at a desk all day long. The monotony can make your work-life tedious, but to prevent that from happening there are team building activities! It’s a fun break from the physical and mental exhaustion caused during the week. Nonetheless, these fun games between the employees are honestly morale boosters, they get to know each other better, which helps build better work relationships and lastly, create lifelong memories. You might have a complaint from your team managers about not organizing these activities often, but the thing is they’re out of ideas. That’s where we step in. Soon you’ll be receiving a mail, “Hey team, it’s time to spice things up. Get ready as we’re playing this Friday”. That being said, for this month we have brought to you some activity ideas that you can execute to beat boredom on Fridays. Remember these can or cannot involve drinks, it totally depends on how cool your manager is. Enough said, let’s dive in straight and learn all about these fun games!
This particular game is also fun as it encourages teams to work together to solve puzzles and riddles and open a locked door.
- Indoor Escape Rooms
This game is super fun and creates enthusiasm between teammates. So basically, what happens in an escape room is players are trapped in a room or other closed environment & are given a specific amount of time to find an escape route through hidden clues or by a series of puzzles and riddles. Now for an indoor escape room, group leaders can design and build a custom room for teams to solve. You can play this inside your office and customize it accordingly or many gaming zones offer escape rooms, it’ll be fun both ways. This particular game is also fun as it encourages teams to work together to solve puzzles and riddles and open a locked door.
This is one of the easiest games to execute in the workspace since you barely need any props.
Come on, everyone reading this must have played trivia at least once. It’s basically a competition between teams where the competitors are asked questions about interesting but trivial facts in many subjects. This is one of the easiest games to execute in the workspace since you barely need any props. After splitting the groups into teams, each has to come up with clever team names and prepare a set of categories and questions. Now all you have to do to begin this game is, a host reads out the questions and calls on teams or collect written responses and a co-host tallies the score. Another element that you can add to make it more fun is additional multimedia elements like video and audio. Through this game, team managers get to know the competitive side of all individuals in their workspace.
A physical timeline can be made on a wall or bulletin board, you can also use any software to create a digital timeline.
This is one game that gives co-workers a glimpse of each other’s life. Now, it depends person to person what personal questions they want to ask. Basically, a physical timeline can be made on a wall or bulletin board, you can also use any software to create a digital timeline. Each team member will then choose a color and note important happenings on the timeline. It can include anything prompt like finishing college, getting married, trying bubble tea for the first time, first concert, first job, and so on. This will help the team
members know their similarities. Remember to not force anyone as some might be more private than others.
At this event, you have to invite an artist to teach attendees how to paint.
- Sip Sip, Hooray!
Popularly known as paint & sips, this game is played in many organizations but we like to call it to Sip Sip, Hooray! This activity helps in bringing the creative side out of every individual while having the utmost fun-sipping wine. At this event, you have to invite an artist to teach attendees how to paint. The person will paint step by step in order to cooperate with unartistic participants to recreate the image. With a glass of wine in one hand, who will not socialize? Well, it’s a good one if you have a lot of introverts in your office space, this way they can enjoy themselves and also not speak much.
This game will help team managers and leaders know the problems employees are facing.
Keeping the best one for the last, this game will help team managers and leaders know the problems employees are facing that they don’t discuss in the open. It’s fun and an important game because issues will be solved and the place you spend most of the time of your day in will deliver merry vibes. Now troubleshooting has nothing to do with computers if you thought that. Every employee will write down an issue they’re facing within the workplace on a chit and put it into a bowl. One by one every person will pick up chit by chit. When the problem is in front of everyone, don’t find whose it is, instead the entire group will brainstorm and come up with different solutions for the same. Okay kids? thank me later for boosting your morale, giving better communication skills, happiness & solving corporate life problems. Ciao now!