Team Building

Team Building 2017-06-21T20:02:31+00:00

Few activities encourage a team to bond and work together as much as team building escape games. The nervous excitement and tension helps to get the adrenaline pumping around the body. It motivates people to take action; yet the very essence of the game requires teamwork. No one person can win the team building escape game, they need every other person in their party to play a part.

If you have not heard of team building escape games before, you are in for a treat. A group of people must find their way out of a situation before the time is up. The game follows certain scripts depending on the decisions made throughout the session. However the room is scattered with clues and red herrings that make the puzzle a challenging and thrilling experience.

There is no office hierarchy in team building escape games. Everyone is equal, and everybody’s opinions are valid. Who knows what crazy thoughts might actually help you in the game. Thinking outside the box is definitely encouraged. The activity promotes group bonding, as attendees will find out more about each other’s personalities and the way they approach problems. They will  have fun together, laughing and communicating in order to make it through the chosen scenario. Currently there is the choice of both games. Both are available in 2 rooms simultaniously hosting up to 20 players at a time in teams of 5. Escape from Alcatraz forces teams to work togeher as they are split into two cells not managing to get out without working together. Mission X is a more classic escape game that requires teams to pay great attention to detail if they do not want to be given a lot of clues.

Both game options require participants to work as a team. Natural leaders will shine through, as they attempt to take charge and move the group in the way they want to go. Outsiders can be spotted and we will see if anybody will try to bring them in to work as a team or if they are left to their own device.

Employers csn find team building escape games useful to assess their employees’ working styles. But it will also highlight those that are quiet contemplators, weighing up the evidence before making a measured decision. They might be happy to follow for a while, letting others take the lead until they can see the solution for themselves. After all these types of people are just as useful to have in the office. Not everybody finds the escape route before the time runs out but this team building escape game will still help to create a harmonious, motivated working environment. It will bring the group together and ensure they know how to work together.

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