Games and Puzzles Basics
How to incorporate games and puzzles into the workplace to increase productivityIf your business consists of a traditional office environment, you may work hard to keep your employees from playing games and puzzles during business hours. However, if they have this habit, you may be better off embracing it. It could help your bottom line in the long run.
The key here is to involve them in mind puzzles and games that actually help your business, instead of time-wasters like Minesweeper or World of Warcraft. There are three games and puzzles basics you can use to incorporate games into your corporate culture without becoming known as the boss that allows employees to slack off during business hours.
1. Hold a corporate team building day where employees solve games and puzzles as a way to promote cohesion and corroboration.
2. Invite employees to use board games and puzzles as ice breakers at the beginning of meetings to get people thinking out of the box.
3. Purchase branded puzzles from game vendors and give them to employees to take with them to lunch. You never know who will see them.
Hold a corporate team building day where employees solve games as puzzles
Invite employees to use board games and puzzles as ice breakersSome games, often known as business puzzles when used in a corporate setting, can help employees get in the groove when you need them to think of new ideas. It may be time to bring one out if you find yourselves sitting at the conference table staring at each other.
Purchase custom puzzles, games and other diversion items to use as advertisingLots of game and puzzle vendors sell party games that are fun to play on quick breaks. They are great for employees to take to lunch, since the camaraderie factor is there and you get some free advertising out of it. When people see your employees laughing and having a good time, they may ask them what they're playing. That is their chance to mention your company. It will also make you look good to job candidates.
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