Company party games can contribute to team building by allowing employees to get to know each other, improving the communication skills between coworkers and creating positive memories among the staff to create a better sense of community. The most effective party games focus on a specific issues present among the employees to help improve relations or actions in that area.
Company party games can serve as powerful team building activities if the organizer chooses games that feature core mechanisms that correlate to areas in which the employees perform poorly. This allows coworkers to practice and develop those skills through the game and thus strengthen the ability of the team while also creating a positive association with the action. For example, if the employees have issues communicating with each other, party games that consist of creative challenges to convey information, such as charades or having to describe an item without using certain words, help build the team in that regard.
The games also help the employees become comfortable with each other by removing the barriers of typical workplace decorum. Some games require physical interactions between employees that can help remove uncomfortable feelings and encourage the members to trust each other. As the games place the focus on enjoyment over winning or other work-related aspects, they allow the employees to relax and feel comfortable in the environment and in turn form positive associations with each other.