It is important to define what we mean by team building! Getting together for a picnic could be considered team building, but to us it means making a profound change in how we interact at work. We are speaking of much more than mere afternoon BBQs.
We often come in as a support when the specialists (such as psychologists) have done their work in the company’s home country, and when their efforts have now to be supplemented by practical applications.
We mainly use exercises such as low ropes, high ropes and rhythm sessions (see below). With this type of exercises we help push people out of their comfort zone to see how they react, and how they try to overcome their own limitations. At the same time we get a chance to evaluate the team backing up the individual.
We can also help you with the psychologists (trainers) in several languages. Our own staff also have the basic knowledge to lead clients into discussions on how and why the result came out as it did.
The Treasure hunt is a good way for the group to get to know a town or village. Participants are divided into smaller groups which are given road books with signs (directions, distances, references, etc) and they will have to find certain places in the village (historical buildings, monuments, picturesque places, etc).
There will be specified tasks indicated in puns, or riddles, or they may have to count the steps, answer questions etc.
When all the clues have been solved the group should be able to arrive at a certain point in the village. Our latest innovation in this event is the option of using GPS instruments (global positioning system).
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