Plato once said, ‘You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.’
Our team building activities require players to work together to complete a mission. This requires listening, sharing information, and finding the answers together.
Players discover their teams’ strengths and weakness as well as their own in an active and fun environment.
When we practice teamwork, we learn to work better together.
We provide a team building debriefing after every team building activity.
The value of a team building exercise is unveiled during the discussion, or "debriefing" that takes place afterwards.
During the debriefing process, participants share opinions, discuss ideas, create action plans, and begin the process of personal growth.
An escape room, also known as an "escape game", is a physical adventure game in which players solve a series of puzzles and riddles using clues, hints, and strategy to complete the objectives at hand. Players are given a set time limit to unveil the secret plot which is hidden within the rooms. Escape rooms are inspired by "escape-the-room"–style video games. Games are set in a variety of fictional locations, such as prison cells, dungeons, and space stations, and usually the various puzzles and riddles themselves follow the theme of the room.
-From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedi Look no further! This is a great way to enhance communication and team work in a fun environment. We can even offer a debriefing session with the team or teams that participate in the room.
A group tries to create a unified story from a set of sequential pictures. The pictures are randomly ordered and handed out. Each person has a picture but cannot show it to others. Requires patience, communication, and perspective taking in order to recreate the story's sequence.
This engaging group activity helps develop communication skills, perspective taking, and problem solving skills.
Works with any age group, including corporate groups.
Can be done indoors or outdoors.
Team members are given a number of challenges to complete, each worth a certain amount of points. They must follow the guidelines and finish the challenges in order to win. However, one team member, the saboteur, must sabotage as many of the challengers as possible though they must appear like one of the others to avoid suspicion. At the end of the event each team member must complete a 20-question questionnaire about who they think the saboteur is. Whoever knows the most about the saboteur and identifies the saboteur wins. If there is a tie, the correct answer completed in the fastest time wins. The winner and the saboteur share the prize.