Family Feud and Jeopardy are fun games for groups of any size. Opal can provide PowerPoint templates to the event organizer. During the event, the game will be displayed on Opal's 98" TV.
To organize this game, come up with 6 different categories. Topics can be anything, just try and have between 4-8 answers for each topic. Some examples for a birthday party. Fill in the guest of honor's name in the blanks:
TO PLAY: The organizer needs to delegate someone to moderate and control PowerPoint. To start the game flip a coin. Whichever team wins the coin toss can choose to play or pass. Starting with the team that won the toss up, have each player give an answer to the category. They cannot have any help from their other team mates. If they answer correctly turn over that answer, if it is wrong the team receives a strike. Now it’s the next players turn. For large groups, it also works well to have people just shout out the answer.
We loved this article about tips for a fun and effective offsite meeting. It was published by a company called Slido who offers an app that makes surveys for company events.
Break the ice at the meeting by playing the game "two truths and one lie." They suggest using this game as a way to introduce new employees. We think it would be fun to do this for each participant. Perhaps award a prize to the participant who has others selecting the most incorrect responses about themselves, to encourage creativity and healthy competition.
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