A Virtual Halloween Game for Work

Being remote provides unique opportunities to play virtual Halloween games for work. It bonds your team, introduces some fun, and celebrates the season!

I created a free template in Miro: “Team Trick or Treat”. Check it out!

Image of a virtual halloween game for work, on Miro

Why celebrate Halloween virtually with your coworkers?

For dispersed teams out there, engaging activities are critical. Here are a few statistics to consider:

  • Over 50% of employees have stayed at a company because they felt like part of a team.
  • Nearly 75% of employees see teamwork and collaboration as essential.
  • TeamStage reports that 46% of job seekers said culture was one of the deciding factors in the application process, 88% found it at least relatively important.

What this Trick or Treat board covers

  1. Nightmares: What is haunting your team? Make sure to address each point in this area, taking their concerns seriously and finding a path to resolution.
  2. Favorite projects: Understand what people are enjoying so you can try and replicate those things in other areas or simply prioritize that time.
  3. Creative ideas: Open up the stage to suggestions – just make sure you take the time to follow up on them.
  4. Shoutouts/gratitude: 93% of employees “who reported feeling valued said that they are motivated to do their best at work and 88 percent reported feeling engaged.” Take the time to express gratitude!
  5. Costume fun: Can’t have Halloween without costumes. This is a fun way for your team to virtually share past costumes or utilize the Miro tools to create a digital costume.

See the template here to get started on your virtual Halloween game for work.

Interested in some other virtual games? You might like our Righteously Retained exercise to find out what your employees need to thrive.