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A glimpse into China Syndrome:
The group must prevent a ‘China Syndrome’ from occurring by pouring the contents of one bucket into another using only the materials provided and staying outside a large circle. Any person using the materials must be blindfolded. Given a short timeline, this event can challenge ANY group.Read More Details
Knot A Team$64.95
The purpose of this exercise is to bring group members closer together. This is true in the physical and metaphorical meaning.
Many groups need to unravel the difficulties before they can become a ‘team’. Not all groups are teams. In fact, most of the ‘teams’ we facilitate for are simple groups that have been thrown together as a ‘team’.Read More Details
Let Go My Ego
Overcoming frustration and resisting the temptation to blame each other will be key to moving the bar in the direction you choose. People can find themselves sacrificing their integrity and doing the opposite of their intention.
This activity is amazing for communication, leadership, teamwork, the PERFECT example of a team going through Tuckman’s model of a team – Forming – Storming – Norming – Performing. They go through each stage EVERY time.
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Vertical web, horizontal web and several other activities all in this long-time favorite team activity!
A physical activity with great discussion points, we have included four different variations on the same materials. Caution – this activity requires a high degree of physical touching that may not be appropriate for all groups or cultures.Read More Details
The purpose of this exercise is to challenge a team’s belief that something is impossible.
It is also a great way to explore people’s willingness to ask for help or give help if it will benefit the whole team. In many cases, groups will NEVER ask for help because the ‘rules’ did not say you could. Nor will someone who has figured it out offer to help. It was not in the ‘rules’.Read More Details
Tied In Knots$79.95
Participants are shown a series of ropes, as in above. Without touching them they must decide, as a group, which is the one rope that is holding the rest together.
Using an increasingly difficult series or ropes, this incredible exercise is most commonly used to help participants discover the best decision making techniques that work for them and to help build consensus speed. The success of the team will be evident as they begin to solve problems and brainstorm alternative decision-making techniques that may work.
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Walk the Plank Kit
Walk the Plank includes some of the best activities that can be found on a low ropes course but are now portable!
One of the greatest trust activities of all time (that is NOT goofy), leadership, communication, problem solving and much more are covered in this amazing kit.
Best used in a gym or some other hard, smooth surface but has been used MANY times outside with great results.
The materials are all professionally manufactured with a great looking finish.
Warning – this activity is 7′ long and 100lbs.Read More Details