Whether you're a small team or a large corporation, there's always an alternative option to the regular office dinner and drinks out there that will suit your needs and budget. From office-based games to get everyone in the competitive spirit, to treasure hunts across your city, we have a range of ideas that will help you create a memorable Christmas experience this year.
At Sharky and George, we are experts in throwing huge parties throughout the year, and our corporate team is always inundated with Christmas inquiries. If you’re interested in finding out more, get in contact today to chat through what we can conjure up in time for Christmas!
So, if you're tired of the same old office party and want to mix things up this year, keep reading for some fresh inspiration.
Alternative Work Christmas Party Ideas In The Office
Looking for an office-based activity to celebrate the holiday season? We’ve got you covered. Pair these activities with some food and drinks delivered to your offices, and it’s the perfect option if you’re looking to keep costs low or you’re tight on time.
Minute To Win It is the ideal team-based activity to run in the office and will get everyone in the competitive spirit very quickly.
They are short, cheap, and silly activities that team members have one minute to complete before they move on to the next challenge. If all members of a team complete the challenge successfully within one minute, they are the winners! We find MITWI is one of those creative team building activities for Christmas that receives an overwhelmingly positive response within the groups.
Some of our favourite MTWI activities are:
1) After Eight Challenge:
One at a time, players in each team will sit in a chair, with an After Eight on their forehead and their hands behind their backs. They have to wiggle and shuffle the choc down into their mouth without using their hands. The next player is up when the After Eight is in the mouth/
2) Stack attack:
Players will line up to make a stack of red cups, then dismantle it as quickly as they can before passing it onto the next team member.