This is a collaborative activity where the artistic and creative abilities of your group will be encouraged to flourish!
Adventure Category: Indoor Team Building
Introducing a new product or service in your business can be a genuinely exciting experience. This is a sign of company growth, of the leadership’s confidence in employees’ abilities to create, and a testament to the hard work and dedication of all those who have contributed. However, in order to make it a success, it’s important for all employees to gain a thorough working knowledge of the product, and the impact it can have. Connections Team Building & Training’s Lights, Camera, Action! brings a fun, creative team building activity into the mix.
We bring the cameras, props, costumes, production staff, and a ‘director’ emcee to the location of your choice. Your teams will utilize their communication and creative skills to script, perform, and film a movie trailer for your organization. They will use their in-depth knowledge of your chosen products or services to create a clear, concise communication of the product’s key advantages, and the values your business represents.
This isn’t just a standard, dull advertisement production, either. Your teams will have the opportunity to have fun by adding some drama to your company culture. Perhaps they’ll find a comedic angle to bring some laughs to your sales spiel. They may even find themselves creating the ultimate end-of-the-world scenario that can only be thwarted by your company. The entire group will have a great time producing their masterpieces, and viewing all the finished products.
Organizations face a wide variety of challenges; some predictable, others entirely unexpected. Success in business can often rely upon our employees’ ability to understand the challenges they face and effectively adapt to those events which catch them off-guard, with each understanding their role in the team when this occurs. We’ve taken the time to craft a unique team building event for companies in Denver Metro that explores their abilities in the face of change management.
This team program is based on the best selling book “Who Moved my Cheese” by Spencer Johnson. In the book, 4 characters in a maze are looking for their cheese (a metaphor for what each of us wants in life), our event focuses on the lessons these characters must learn:
The “Handwriting is on the wall”
“Adapt to change quickly”
We ask groups to work on a specific challenge project together with a specific set of parameters and key assigned roles within the group. Then we “change” everything and see how teams react. They must work together to successfully adapt, and create the project despite the new rules, players, deadlines, etc. This mimics the challenges they’ll face in real life, where at any time during their projects the team members, parameters and deadlines might change, but they still have to make it work together.