Build Employee Engagement With These 5 Office Games
Of course we at FireFly love playing games. We take every opportunity to play-test new challenges we offer on events. Games are more than fun, they are a valuable engagement tool. According to a Linkedin study, 46% of workplace professionals report that having a good friend at work is important to their overall happiness. Now, we’re not saying all your coworkers need to be BFFs, but engaging in friendly activities like office games can actually increase creativity and retention. When choosing a game to introduce to your office consider staff personalities, afforded time, and resources so that you can pick something best suited to your office. Here’s five ideas to get you started.
1. Office Games DIY: Mad Libs
Feel free to keep things simple with this idea. In a common area have staff list random verbs, nouns and adjectives that you feed into an office Mad Lib. At the end of the day or week, type it up and display it in the break room. Staff will get a chuckle and will want to offer different suggestions the next time. These are great entry level office games for employees who may not want to commit to something more involved. Read more