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Multitasking Team Challenge

This team building activity day requires brains, brawn and buckets of enthusiasm; ensuring every team member can participate and contribute.

Teams must proceed around a series of activity stations. At each activity they must compete against another team to win points or earn fun money.

Key Points

  • Designed to appeal to all comers
  • Great way to mix up people from across the organisation
  • Appeals to all ages and fitness levels
  • Suits groups from 20 to 200
  • Highlights individuals’ strengths
  • An energising alternative to time in the conference room

Multitasking Team Challenge Activities

We combine mentally challenging conundrums, physically testing pursuits and group games to ensure that the teams that play to their strengths, achieve success.

  • Analytical puzzles
  • Team Tasks
  • Bridge Building
  • Human Table Football
  • Circus skills
  • Blindfolded trials
  • Team trust exercises
  • Memory games
  • Lateral thinking activities
  • Navigation exercises

Sample Format

This event can be run at any time of day, all year round. We simply require access to a garden or series of indoor spaces. The activity can fit inside a 1 hour time slot but 3 hours is optimal.

14.00 – Introduction and assign teams

14.05 – Participants put on coloured bibs and cluster in their teams

14.10 – Our event manager briefs teams and hands out supporting information

14.15 – Teams head to their first challenge, earning points along the way

14.30 – First 30 minute head to head team challenges take place

15.00 – Teams move to their next challenge and compete against a different team

Refreshment stations available throughout

16.45 – Scoring and presentation of prizes

The Team Machine: it has a knock-on effect!

The tendency for teams to work in silos and lose sight of the bigger picture was the stimulus for our creation of this colourful large scale team building activity.

The secret to succeeding at Team Machine is collaboration and open communication, every team gets there in the end, although not as easily as you might expect.

Key Points

  • Suits groups from 8 to 80
  • Can be set up in less than 10 minutes
  • Indoor or outdoor
  • Requires diligence and precision
  • Teams must take responsibility for their workmanship
  • Powerfully illustrates the impact of good and bad workplace behaviour
  • Demonstrates the importance of working to a shared goal

Team Machine Team Building Activities

Alongside the practical task of assembling the Team Machine there are important roles for those more adept at negotiating with other teams or solving analytical challenges.

  • Sharing insights and resources
  • Assembling large colourful mechanical sculptures
  • Solving code breakers to gain additional information
  • Team decision making
  • Collaborating across a number of teams
  • Persevering when success doesn’t come first time

Sample Format

This event can be run at any time of day, inside or outdoors, all year round. We simply require a clear space of at least 20 meters by 10 meters.

14.00 – Introduction
Introduction with Honda Cog film.

14.15 – Design and Build
Teams design and build cranes to retrieve partial images of their device.

14.30 – Image Exchange
Partial images are exchanged to acquire the full instruction manual.

14.45 – Device Assembly
Teams assemble their device following photographic instructions.

15.15 – Code Generation
Team members can also solve a series of numerical puzzles to generate a 4 digit code. If correct, this opens a safe containing a clue to the final sequence.

15.45 – Completion of the Team Machine
Teams come together sharing their clues and connecting their devices to create the complete Team Machine.

16.15 – Practice
Repeated practice runs test the reliability of their workmanship.

16.30 – Final Run
Once complete the final run commences culminating in an explosive finale.

16.45 – Review
Teams reflect on their success and review their performance.

The Chocolate Challenge™

The Chocolate Challenge models business processes within a highly creative and energizing activity.

Teams must work together creatively, plan strategically and communicate effectively to develop and make a new brand of boxed chocolates. Our skilled facilitators can draw out parallels with day to day working life, so your team leaves with full stomachs and enthused minds.

Key Points

  • Demonstrates the creative power of teams
  • Appeals to all ages and fitness levels
  • Suits groups from 6 to 600
  • Less than an hour required to set up in a conventional meeting room
  • Highlights individuals’ strengths

Chocolate Challenge Team Building Activities

Our Chocolate Challenge allows participants to select a role that appeals to their natural talents, whether that be creative, practical, analytical or dramatic.

  • Creative thinking
  • Chocolate tasting
  • Combining ingredients
  • Piping, shaping and decorating with chocolate
  • Pricing and financial planning
  • Team decision making
  • Packaging design and construction
  • Agreeing a marketing strategy and live pitching

Sample Format

This event can be run as part of a full-day programme, as a stand alone event, or incorporated into your away-day or conference. To give you an idea of how it runs please see our timings below:

14.00 – Introduction
Introduction and Chocolate Quiz

14.15 – Preparation
Participants put on aprons and pipe their names in molten chocolate on chefs hats.

14.30 – Briefing
Our event manager briefs teams and hands out supporting information.

14.40 – Brainstorming and Tasting
Teams brainstorm their product concept and visit the tasting table for inspiration.

15.00 – Production and Marketing
Manufacture of chocolates and packaging gets underway, alongside budgeting and marketing.

16.15 – Break
Teams take a well-earned break ahead of their live product pitches.

16.30 – Product Pitch
Each team gives a 2 minute overview of their product along and demonstration of their advertising.

16.45 – Winners celebrate!
Each team gives a 2 minute overview of their product and demonstrates their TV commercial.


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