Over the past year, you worked with us to lead two excellent team building sessions for our leadership team while we were at Doral Arrowwood in Rye Brook – Iron Chef in January and then GoKarts in August. Thank you again, they were both excellent!
Assistant Vice President, XL Group
In this team building program, collaboration, diversity and interdependencies are the names of the game. A larger group is divided into sub-teams and each are given a table and a box of everyday materials (funnels, tubes, wood, string, etc.) to create a chain reaction. The objective is for each team to work together to ensure that not only does their individual section work, but that it also triggers and works with the teams contraptions on either side of them, and so on, until a full chain reaction is created. The event culminates in moving an object, e.g. a marble or another type of ball, from one side of the room to another, utilizing every section, and through the entire room. Specific criteria can be placed on each team to make it even more challenging. It is possible to theme this event to your meeting or organization.
Check out a video of this program here:
Emphasizes there are multiple solutions to problem-solving
Getting to know your team
How physical/active is this activity:
Not very physical
What is the number of participants for this program:
25 - 400+ people
If indoors, the room must be large enough to move about in