Enhancing teamwork within an organization begins with the establishment of goals. Having something to achieve motivates them to accomplish specific tasks that move them towards that goal. We have a variety of activities designed to engage that aspect of employee's personalities to reinvigorate their competitive spirit.
A build is a project requiring preplanning, coordination of activities, skills and the feeling of a job well done. Building something gives participants a sense of purpose and a feeling of pride. We can provide for the construction of sand castles, ice structures, snow men, and other such temporary goals as well as more permanent solutions such as homes, bridges, wells, etc. Simply contact us to come up with options as to how we can build more than just morale.
We provide a variety of customizable escape room scenarios. This popular approach involves teams solving a series of puzzles and cryptic clues that work in unison to accomplish a goal, such as the opening of a safe, the opening of a door, getting a secret code, etc. We have various technologies that we can utilize, we have actors available to add clues or give hints. Simply contact us to find out how we can help you achieve more with our Escape Rooms.
Chains refer to activities where each person takes on a role towards achieving a greater purpose. Think of it as an assembly line where each person does their part. Whether it's a relay race to add distance and speed, like a Pony Express, or construction of toys in some way, there's an extremely wide range of activities that can be taken upon. With bucket brigades, frisbee relays and constructions, contact us to help determine the best option for your group.
Use the power of your Destination Team Building to help the world. We can combine these group achievement activities to benefit the community around you. From cleaning up litter to building public works projects to building things to be given to the needy, there is no shortage of ways to help people while giving a sense of positive fulfilment for the participants.
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