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Virtual Team Building 

 

Corporate Athlete (60min)

Method:

Participants complete Jack Groppel’s Corporate Athlete Survey to find out whether they are on the red alert or an ultimate corporate athlete.

Objective:

Learning the Corporate Athlete Principles:

  • Motivate yourself and others—what works for you will work for those around you.

  • Train yourself mentally and physically—concentrate on growing 1 percent better each day.

  • Hone your performance skills—savour the moment and love the battle.

  • Observe recovery time.

  • Value every second of every day.

Sector 35 (90min)

Method:

Participants are assigned to build airplanes using polystyrene to meet certain criteria. They play the role of contractors bidding for an airplane contract based on the requirements of the customer.

 

Objective:

Having the strategy and mindset:

  • Knowing ‘what’s important’

  • Shifting perception towards ‘risk’

  • Becoming a quick-change artist

  • Understanding that the speed of change has changed

  • The wisdom of taking risk and making decisions

  • Understanding trends and surprises in the market.

  • Stockdale Paradox

  • Move from Survive to Thrive!

Pecha Kucha (90min)

Method:

Participants are given a guide to tell a short story about themselves, which is unique in three slides and in 3 minutes.

Objective:

Building relationships with another by understanding another’s likes to find common ground, to move beyond just seeing somebody vis a vis their position and designation but as a human being with great depth and personality.

 
 

ZOOM (75min)

Method:

This game is based on the wordless, picture book "Zoom" by Istvan Ban-yai which consists of 30 sequential "pictures within pictures". The Zoom narrative moves from a rooster to a ship to a city street to a desert island and outer space.

 

Each participant is provided one picture. Participants may only look at their own pictures and must keep their picture’s hidden from others. Participants are encouraged to study their picture, since it contains important information to help solve a problem.

 

The challenge is for the group to sequence the pictures in the correct order without looking at one another's pictures. When the group believes they have all the pictures in order, the pictures will be revealed for everyone to see.

 

Objective:

Coming together as ONE by:

  • Becoming a functional team member

  • Building relationships

  • Creating an empowering environment

  • Adopting useful communication strategies

 
 

Sabotuer (60min)

Method:

Participants have to complete an incomplete maze to find their way out of a dungeon.

Unfortunately, in their midst are saboteurs whose goal is to stop them.

 

Objective:

Focus on the job at hand. Don’t get sidetracked. People make mistakes. Don’t be quick to judge and condemn.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Virtual Decathlon (OLYMPICS): (90min)

Method:

Participants compete across 10 specially designed virtual events to win the Gold medal in the Virtual Decathlon. For larger groups teams will select their representatives to compete in certain events.

Events include a Lightning Scavenger Hunt, Hoop Shoot, Coin stack, Sprint Typing and Chain Reaction.

 

Objective:

The Decathlon competition is designed to create friendships, forge bonds, build skills and inspire strong team work. Like real-world sporting events, this online version is both competitive and collaborative.

BINGO (60min)

Method:

Participants are sent cards with a collection of numbers. Their task is to tick them off as the host calls out randomly selected numbers. The first to have all their numbers called, wins the prize.

 

Objective:

Building friendships and Having lots of fun!

Quarantine BINGO (90min)

Method:

A twist on the traditional variation. Instead of having to tick off numbers, contestants must tick off mental and physical activities as the Host randomly selects them. These activities can include physical such as dance moves, mental such as a riddles and finder such as locate a household item.

 

Objective:

Building friendships and Having lots of fun!

Murder in the Pharaoh’s Tomb (90min)

Method:

Participants must complete a virtual murder mystery. Working as small teams of super sleuths, participants must search for and complete clues and puzzles to determine who committed the murder. Time sensitive activities are added to heighten the pressure of the situation.

 

Objective:

Working as team units is essential to success. Learning to work under different types of pressure. Breaking down difficult and complicated tasks into smaller manageable components to ensure success. Role allocation and everyone has to take the lead in different situations.

Holiday Party (60min)

Method:

This specially designed party atmosphere will tie-in with the nearest festive period in the country. Participants will receive a specially designed pack to decorate their area in the style of the festive period. The facilitator will host games such as holiday trivia and festive headdress competitions.

 

Objective:

Building friendships and having lots of fun!

Battleship  (90min)

Method:

The group will be split into teams to compete on the great oceans of the world. Given an armada of boats, team members will choose their vessel, their plotted course and make war on their enemy.

 

Objective:

Building friendships and having lots of fun!

Scavenger hunt – the hunt is on!  (90min)

Method:

Participants can compete individually or in teams. The host will provide a list of items and information that teams will have to locate and research in a set amount of time.

Some of the items will also provide the opportunity for participants to learn and gain in-sights into each other.

 

Objective:

Learning to work under different types of pressure. Using initiative to solve problems. Role allocations when working as team and allocating tasks. Having lots of fun!

Guess the refrigerator (60min)

Method:

Participants select 15 items that are a continuous presence in the fridge and anonymously circulate a picture to other players. Players can then ask questions to try and narrow down who owns which fridge.

 

Objective:

Breaking down barriers. Giving insights into different team members. Learning something new about your colleagues. Having lots of fun!

 
 
 
 
 

Prohibition Mocktail Party (non-alcoholic) (90min)

Method:

During this virtual happy hour, our experienced mixologist will teach participants to make two festive mocktails. Participants will then have to escape the police raid by completing puzzles and solving clues to escape from the speakeasy.

 

Objective:

Promote team bonding. Have lots of fun!

The Amazing Race On-line (90min)

Method:

Participants will com pete as teams to complete the race. At each section of the race, they will need to locate a clue. This will lead them to either a physical or mental task. The first team to find all the clues and complete all of the tasks is crowned champion.

 

Objective:

Working as team units is essential to success. Learning to work under different types of pressure. Breaking down difficult and complicated tasks into smaller manageable components to ensure success. Role allocation and everyone has to take the lead in different situations.

I’m Thinking Of…….. (60min)

Method:

Participants are sent a card by the host. This will show an animal, item or place.

The other competitors must then take it in turns to ask a question which can only be answered with a yes or no. After ten questions everyone must write down what they believe it to be.

 

Objective:

Asking the right questions, leads you to the right answer. Working as a team to narrow down problems and get the desired end result.

Escape Room – The Haunting (90min)

Method:

A specially designed room will be broadcast to all participants. They must then direct the host to locate clues and items that will allow them to progress to solve puzzles before moving on to the next part of the room. When all clues and puzzles are complete, you can finally escape.

 

Objective:

Helping teams to bond. Showing the clear communication is essential to successfully work together. Sharing and solving problems as a group is far more productive than working in isolation. Having lots of fun!

We Didn’t Start The Fire  (45min)

Method:

Participants are split into small groups. They are then given 20 minutes to create a couples of verses and actions to match to the hit tune ‘we didn’t start the fire’.

Specific topics or words can be allocated to teams to include in their verses.

All teams are then brought back together to perform their ditty.

 

Objective:

Breaking down barriers between team members and building friendships. Developing confidence of team members amongst each other.

Having lots of fun!

Giant Canvas Paint Art  (60min)

Method:

Participants will be split into smaller groups and provided their own paint kit and an uncoloured piece of a large painting. Participants must then paint in the colours of the picture but continuously communicate with each other to make the designs work together to complete the picture.

 

Objective:

Team members will learn that communication is essential to completing a task successfully. The activity is also a really great way to de-stress.

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Inspire Asia has the experience to deliver to you and should be your number one choice for corporate team activities. Our experts work with you to create the perfect team building, training or certified solution experience.

 

Call or email us to create your amazing team building experience today.

 

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