Why should you consider board games in your workplace?
The theory of “Play” in the workplace has been the subject of many studies and the results are clear-the use of games in the workplace is beneficial because it suits employees of different interests and passions in an engaging and challenging activity, increases productivity, improves memory, and enhances empathy.
Board games require full participation from all players, so they make a great option for:
Team Building - Leadership Training - Orientations - Department Mixers - or just a break in the day!
Lets us help cultivate employee relationships!
The lunch club is a flexible, 3-hour, come and go social event engaging employees while they eat lunch together.
This package offers:
25+ games brought to event
Game gurus to facilitate game time
We come to you!
A great alternative for after work events
Co-op, Collab, and Compete
Let’s focus on professional and personal skills to help your team perform better!
This package offers:
Personalized game selection for each event
Game guru trained in game play and skill association
Q&A follow up session about what your team experienced
Repetition is the Mother of all learning! Board games are meant to be played more than once; repetition and consistency allows skills and qualities to develop deeply over time. For best results schedule a board game time 1 to 2 times a month.
THE RIPPLE EFFECT
The pebble drop - hire Friend & Foe to host a board game event for your employees.
First ripple - creates an opportunity, through board games, for employee engagement, building company culture.
Second ripple - employees find games they enjoy and may gather together outside of work to play, further growing employee relationships.
Third ripple - your employees start to play board games with their family, creatively merging work and personal life.
Fourth ripple - your employees seek other board game groups, multiplying the benefits of board gaming and social activity.
Fifth ripple and beyond - your employees continually grow in both work and personal life as the work of board games is endless!