Small-Group Learning Activities (SGLCs) are mobile activities that can be set up anytime anywhere for your team. Don’t have time for an offsite, but want to do some engaging activities in your conference room or within your campus. Call us to know more.
The flexibility of our mindset determines how well we perform. The shift in paradigm is essential to team performance in “Oh that Loop”
The only constant is change”. Key Punch put teams in an environment of change, where the member’s reactions and responses will determine the team’s performance. Is your team ready to adapt to change?
Members working in teams have to pitch a tent while half of the team is blindfolded. How do we communicate any change? Are we clear about customer priorities and goals?
Create a self-standing 3D structure using the limited tools available. The challenge gets harder with each new restriction involved. The team with the strongest structure wins.
The challenge for the teams is to replicate a masterpiece. The only problem is the possibility of saboteurs within the team actively working to sabotage their success. Will the teams succeed still?
How can your team build a structure when instructions are only available to a few team leaders? In this fun team simulation, how well team members communicate and align to the goal determines their success.
When the whole team shares the same vision, reaching the goal is just a matter of time. The Towers of Brahma bring home this point to the team.
What can a team do when growth hits a plateau? Can you pass an object in a super fast time-constrained environment? Of course, there are twists and turns along the way!
Teams will find accomplishment after they discover the “Turning Point”. This activity requires participants to THINK & WORK as a team. It encourages systems thinking, where participants will come to realise that it is beneficial to see work processes as a whole instead of seeing them as parts.
Challenge is to retrieve a specifically coloured ball in a minefield whilst being blindfolded. It tests the team’s ability to think out of the box when faced with limited resources and handicaps.
It’s often our mental barriers and pre-conceptions that stop us from achieving our goals. Mousetrap challenges teams to overcome this mindset. Teams learn how emotional barriers (Eg. fear, cannot-do-it attitude) and negative perceptions may interfere with individual (work) performance, hence affecting overall team effectiveness.
Building a great team is a challenge for many leaders. It needs ingredients like trust, vulnerability, commitment, accountability to deliver results. We use the power of play to create experiences that help the team to break the ice and participate in candid conversations. Conversations that are inclusive of all and deliver results.