Indoor Team Building Games For Employees
As the years progress, the dynamic between co-workers in the workplace today has undergone a gradual shift. Instead of being competitive work environments, collaboration and cooperation is now seen as the key to success. Team that achieves success pay a good deal of attention developing trust and communication among its members.
As part of this change, more companies are now undertaking regular team building activities for their staff. The activities carried out for team building can be a short, problem-solving activity with a fun game to even a retreat, lasting a few days. While some view team-building as a short vacation (which it could be!), they do have a serious purpose, which is to develop skills and knowledge of the participants while having fun at it.
If your company can organise a team building activity that has a purpose and objective, then you can derive a range of benefits from these activities. One of the benefits of a well-planned team building activity is increasing motivation of the employee. When the members of a group successfully complete a team building activity, it creates positive emotions and momentum, which makes them feel good about themselves. This increase of confidence in the team also translates into their work, as they become more productive and believe that their employer is willing to invest in them.
However, planning a team building activity can be a hassle, as the activity needs to be fun, engaging, and yet, provide a meaningful learning experience for the team that does it. Unless you get a few co-workers to do it, plus invest hours to ensure that the activity is well-planned out, filled with learning opportunities and being fun and engaging, it is likely that planning a team building activity for your staff will be tiring.
Enter My Weekend Plan! My Weekend Plan aspires to provide teams a fun and memorable team building experience. Having served over 24 MNCs and companies as clients, My Weekend Plan has the expertise to ensure your team building activity to be fun, innovative, exciting and creative. My Weekend Plan has team building packages with names that are intriguing but activities that are beyond that. If you’re looking for to let all that job frustration and stress out, then ‘Sumo Camp’ is your best bet. Yes, everyone will be donning a sumo suit, if that doesn’t sound crazy enough, you will be required to collaborate and compete with one another on high energy stakes.
If you need something more thrilling, then try out ‘Mystery Forest’, the hardest game in My Weekend Plan. Navigate the forest and make split-second decisions that would either make or break your team. Be warned, not many people could solve this challenge, and rightly so because it requires the highest level of creative problem-solving, decision-making and teamwork. Will your team be the exception? However, if the forest and darkness doesn’t scare you enough, then you might have the heart and guts for the ‘Kimomochi’ game. Best be on your feet (and quietly) at that, or the Kimomochi will hunt you down and feast on your eyeballs. Your only chance of winning is to take advantage of the Kimomochi’s lack of vision and solve the challenges thrown at your team to free yourselves and the tyrannized villagers from the horrors of the Kimomochi.
Are these games too much for you to handle? Fret not for My Weekend Plan also has ‘Cookie Empire’, a fantasyland of baked goodies and treats. But Queen Alison is upset because her rose garden has been violated and she wants to find out the culprit. Help her find the convict and restore peace to the Cookie Empire before an innocent person gets punished.